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Android Adoption Twice That Of iOS
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1/24/2012 | 8:36:10 PM
re: Android Adoption Twice That Of iOS
I wonder what actual Android adoption rates are, though. I own devices that run Android that are not mobile phones. Both my Logitech Revue and my Acer tablet run Android (Honeycomb) but neither would have been included in that statistic. Also interesting is that my usage of Android on these devices has made me significantly less inclined to purchase an iOS device.

In fact, I can honestly say that despite really enjoying my iPad2 and my iTouch, I would not consider buying the iPad3 when it's released, another iPod in the future if my iTouch died or an iPhone. I simply lost all interest in these devices once I saw what Android can do.


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