Google Android's Smartphone Superiority over Apple's IOS

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If you are a dedicated iPhone consumer you must realize that you have basically bought the same phone over and over again. It is time to trash the iPhone and get a new Android. Although Apple’s tyrannical iPhones took the cake by far in the beginnings of the smartphone revolution, Google Android soon came in to assert its dominance over the now pathetic iPhone, much like an omega-wolf taking down an alpha-wolf to become the new leader of the pack. With Android’s wide variety of smartphones, like the well-known Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, consumers have more options than ever. Also, the Android phones themselves are unequivocally better when it comes to customizability. On Apple’s part, software features are severely lagging; Whereas, Android has an abundance of features, including the ability to run two apps simultaneously. On top of that, Apple negatively affects its user’s productivity while android does not hurt its user’s productivity.
Even though, Apple iPhones have hypnotic, tantalizing, half-eaten apples on the backside of them, Android’s wide variety of phones and prices make it more consumer friendly. Currently Apple’s flagship smartphone is the Apple iPhone 5S. Flagship: the best or most important thing owned or in this case produced by a particular organization or company. Another comparison is when buying a new phone with a plan. The iPhone 5S has an outrageous starting price of $199.99; whereas, Android has a multitude of devices and prices starting at $0. To sum things up, you can get a better phone for a lower price by buying an Android. Android’s large variety of flagship smartphones include, but are not limited to: the Motorola Droid, LG Optimus G Pro, HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4, and Samsung Galaxy Note 3, un...

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