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Should You Go For Android


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Having to choose from the wide array of smartphones you can buy on the market is now getting tougher and tougher by the minute. Sometimes, you can get frustrated trying to choose what is best for you to use. But notwithstanding this kind of confusion, this is actually a good thing.

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Should You Go For Android

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  2. 2. Having to choose from the wide array of smartphones youcan buy on the market is now getting tougher and tougherby the minute. Sometimes, you can get frustrated trying tochoose what is best for you to use.
  3. 3. Benefits for the Customers: • More and more companies will battle for your attention. • When you have more choices, there is a huge possibility that you will end up with the best phone with the most benefits. • The competition makes companies develop more and more software and hardware that will feed every one’s needs and wants.
  4. 4. Customers have to know what kind of smartphone theymight get for an upgrade and here is a breakdown of thepros and cons of the two leading smartphones. Untilthen, maybe you can start considering selling your usedsmartphones. versus
  5. 5. Android, aside from being present in more phones, has also a lot more pros.• The home screens are more customizable with cool widgets.• It easily integrates with social networks for contacts, allowing you to share content. Although the iPhone now boasts of 4G support, Android smartphones have had it for quite a while already.• While the iStore still has more apps than Google Play, the latter is growing fast and is set to be the leading store for smartphone content shortly. More of these apps also tie into the Android platform more seamlessly.
  6. 6. The Cons:The user interface of most Android smartphones is not as elegant as the iOS of the iPhone.When new releases of games come out, they are more likely to be introduced on the iOSearlier. This means Android smartphone owners usually have to wait for months beforethey get their own versions of these popular games.Google Play is not as streamlined when it comes to offering content. Unlike the iStorewhere you can get apps, movies, eBooks, and other phone necessities, Google Play seemsto be more segmented.Moreover, in some areas like Asia and South America, Google Play only sells apps. If youare an Android smartphone owner outside the US, you need to source your othermultimedia files elsewhere.
  7. 7. So, if you feel like it is high time to get an upgrade, why not look into getting money by selling your smartphone? Visit for more details.Source: