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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by Dan Davies, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. Dan Davies

    Dan Davies Member
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    I came from Palm to Android a few months ago, and I have had a steep learning curve, but it was a simple choice as I do not like Apple. I had many questions which were answered through this forum - I learned a lot!

    However, my daughter recently upgraded from an iPod Touch to an iPhone, so I am supporting her with this unit. I have learned that not only is this a much less flexible platform, but that there is just not the support for it. I have posted questions in two separate iPhone forums, with essentially no response in about one week. I think it is a different culture - use it as it is out of the box and do not even think about customising. I think her next phone will be an Android!

    Dan
     



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  2. jerofld

    jerofld Fixing stuff is not easy

    We have a few options for some iPhone support over here, though. I'd suggest you try scrolling up to the top of this page and clicking the iPhone/iPad link. They have some forums over there that might be able to help.

    Alternatively, you could post your question in here: Other Phones (Android & Non-Android) - Android Forums

    Or see if someone who is used to iPhones can help you out through PMs.

    You know...to get your daughter through the rough patch until you can get her an Android :D
     
  3. rui-no-onna

    rui-no-onna Android Enthusiast

    If all Android users thought like this, no wonder developers prefer iOS.
     
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  4. Dan Davies

    Dan Davies Member
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    Regarding forums, one of the ones I tried was the iPhone forum associated with this one. No response after 2 days. The other forum has had one response after 5 days, but it was not helpful.

    Regarding apps, I have bought a couple of apps and will buy more, now that I have had a chance to try the free versions. I have been quite impressed by the quality of the apps, though the support from the developers has been somewhat lacking. I am still trying to find a contacts app that both has the features I need and does not crash continuously. I have been running through the ones recommended in the 'Applications' forum.

    Dan
     
  5. pastafarian

    pastafarian Pâtes avec votre foie

    It's been my observation that there are Android people and iPhone people. Android users want to tweak their device and are comfortable with a little complication. iPhone users want an easy and seamless experience. If you're comfortable doing everything the Apple way, you'll love the iPhone. If not? You'll probably hate the iPhone.
     
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  6. Dan Davies

    Dan Davies Member
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    I have noticed that as well, but it did surprise me that there was so little response!

    Dan

    ps. A fellow Pastafarian! Good to see that others have been touched by His Noodly Appendage!
     
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  7. NickleJim

    NickleJim Newbie

    When I was using an iphone, I bought one of those "Dummies" books. It answered all my questions.
    The only reason I still don't use an iphone, is because I love the screen on my Galaxy Note. It's perfect for my tired old eyes.
     
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  8. sleedeane

    sleedeane Android Expert

    When was the last time someone went, "oooh. awww. That's really neat!" when they looked at an iphone screen?
     
  9. Dan Davies

    Dan Davies Member
    Thread Starter

    Great idea! I will look into one!

    Dan
     
  10. itsallgood

    itsallgood Android Expert

    One of the things I love about Android is the customization is endless and you can be very productive with just the phone. Most developers do read the feed back on apps and will make the change if enough people make the same request. I like using the free apps as well, but don't mind paying for the pro version if the app is really good.
     
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