Andy wrote:Bertz wrote:Yeah the fact that iPhone and Android don't play nicely with each other is the big drawback to switching. Every time someone on iPhone reacts to your message, you get a stupid "Joey Laughed at XXXXX.". And forget about videos. Whenever my wife texts me videos she took on her iPhone, they look like they were filmed on a horsefeathering flip phone.
Dear Lord, my mom does that reaction horsefeathers all the time and it drives me insane. And the video thing is so true too. I had to tell my mom and sister to use Facebook messenger to send me any videos of my various nieces and nephews (or my own kids).
Anyway, I second all the Pro-Android talk in here, the only thing I can imagine being better about Apple is it sounds like their privacy thing is legit. That's not a nothing concern, but if that doesn't bother you I don't know why you wouldn't go Android.
I'm doing a whole thing about it at work right now, and it really is. And Google's probably not gonna match until 2022.
PSA for anyone here: if you do want all the privacy stuff that Apple is promising make sure you use Safari as your browser. Most of the features are part of Safari, not inherent to your device.