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Question: What mobile OS powers you?
iOS - 19 (23.5%)
Android - 52 (64.2%)
Other - 10 (12.3%)
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November 17, 2013, 07:27:18 PM
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Blackberry made a good move by making a Ping app for IOS and Android.


PING app what it does, i never heard about it

How can you not have heard of it :S. Ping is the Blackberry version of Whatsapp.

Unlike Whatsapp, Blackberry was not really a worldwide phenomenon. I think it was only successful in America (and Canada in particular), never attaining more than 20% worldwide at its peak.

Blackberry had a peak of popularity in Europe aswel. Lots were being sold, and Blackberry was also praised since the Ping traffic is much more secure compared to Whatsapp.


Who knows that it secure traffic?! Noone

A lot of people know it. Blackberry messaging is encrypted by Triple DES which makes it a lot moe secure.

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November 17, 2013, 10:40:14 PM
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Blackberry made a good move by making a Ping app for IOS and Android.


PING app what it does, i never heard about it

How can you not have heard of it :S. Ping is the Blackberry version of Whatsapp.

Unlike Whatsapp, Blackberry was not really a worldwide phenomenon. I think it was only successful in America (and Canada in particular), never attaining more than 20% worldwide at its peak.

Blackberry had a peak of popularity in Europe aswel. Lots were being sold, and Blackberry was also praised since the Ping traffic is much more secure compared to Whatsapp.


Who knows that it secure traffic?! Noone

A lot of people know it. Blackberry messaging is encrypted by Triple DES which makes it a lot moe secure.


You can only think that special agencies cannot see what are u texting are what are u talking

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November 17, 2013, 10:41:47 PM
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'What mobile OS powers you?' sounds like the beginning to a shitty T-mobile or Orange ad ha

Android here.  Huawei ftw.

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November 17, 2013, 10:44:31 PM
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'What mobile OS powers you?' sounds like the beginning to a shitty T-mobile or Orange ad ha

Android here.  Huawei ftw.

Huawei rocks Cheesy

They are like B brand, but they can easly compare with some galaxy series

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November 18, 2013, 01:48:16 AM
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Nexus 5  Grin

I've tried essentially every phone OS. And, Android seems to be the best option for my needs.

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November 18, 2013, 04:02:57 AM
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IOS...

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November 18, 2013, 07:22:43 AM
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Nexus 5  Grin

I've tried essentially every phone OS. And, Android seems to be the best option for my needs.

Was thinking about getting a Nexus next. Have you had a Galaxy before? I want to know if it really is that much better compared to a Galaxy S3/S4.

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November 18, 2013, 07:24:07 AM
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Blackberry made a good move by making a Ping app for IOS and Android.


PING app what it does, i never heard about it

How can you not have heard of it :S. Ping is the Blackberry version of Whatsapp.

Unlike Whatsapp, Blackberry was not really a worldwide phenomenon. I think it was only successful in America (and Canada in particular), never attaining more than 20% worldwide at its peak.

Blackberry had a peak of popularity in Europe aswel. Lots were being sold, and Blackberry was also praised since the Ping traffic is much more secure compared to Whatsapp.


Who knows that it secure traffic?! Noone

A lot of people know it. Blackberry messaging is encrypted by Triple DES which makes it a lot moe secure.


You can only think that special agencies cannot see what are u texting are what are u talking

In that case, I suggest you stop using electronic products.  Roll Eyes

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November 18, 2013, 07:40:30 AM
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Blackberry made a good move by making a Ping app for IOS and Android.


PING app what it does, i never heard about it

How can you not have heard of it :S. Ping is the Blackberry version of Whatsapp.

Unlike Whatsapp, Blackberry was not really a worldwide phenomenon. I think it was only successful in America (and Canada in particular), never attaining more than 20% worldwide at its peak.

Blackberry had a peak of popularity in Europe aswel. Lots were being sold, and Blackberry was also praised since the Ping traffic is much more secure compared to Whatsapp.


Who knows that it secure traffic?! Noone

A lot of people know it. Blackberry messaging is encrypted by Triple DES which makes it a lot moe secure.


You can only think that special agencies cannot see what are u texting are what are u talking

In that case, I suggest you stop using electronic products.  Roll Eyes


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November 18, 2013, 07:46:27 AM
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Android for now. Hate to love it. Its a great mobile OS, but being so closely linked to the google ecosystem makes me increasingly paranoid. Looking forward to firefoxos and ubuntu to provide some alternatives.
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November 18, 2013, 07:49:36 AM
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iOS of course Smiley
My bestlist would be:

1. iOS
2. Windows Mobile
3. Firefox OS
4. Blackberry
5. Nothing
6. Nothing
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n+100. Android
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November 18, 2013, 07:56:05 AM
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iOS of course Smiley
My bestlist would be:

1. iOS
2. Windows Mobile
3. Firefox OS
4. Blackberry
5. Nothing
6. Nothing
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n+100. Android


I didnt try FIrefox OS if it is on market?!

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iOS of course Smiley
My bestlist would be:

1. iOS
2. Windows Mobile
3. Firefox OS
4. Blackberry
5. Nothing
6. Nothing
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n+100. Android


I didnt try FIrefox OS if it is on market?!

It's still in development.
You can get sourcecode here https://github.com/mozilla-b2g/B2G/ for testing and development purposes.
Afaik there are 2 phones which can run FFOS, but its very hard to get one actually.
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iOS of course Smiley
My bestlist would be:

1. iOS
2. Windows Mobile
3. Firefox OS
4. Blackberry
5. Nothing
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n+100. Android


I didnt try FIrefox OS if it is on market?!

It's still in development.
You can get sourcecode here https://github.com/mozilla-b2g/B2G/ for testing and development purposes.
Afaik there are 2 phones which can run FFOS, but its very hard to get one actually.

I heard thet FF is developing his own OS so i was confused when you told it is your favorite. Thx for link i will chck

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I heard thet FF is developing his own OS so i was confused when you told it is your favorite. Thx for link i will chck

look at my sentence: my bestlist would... (if i had no iOS, there would no windows mobile, ffos would be finished, etc.)
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iOS of course Smiley
My bestlist would be:

1. iOS
2. Windows Mobile
3. Firefox OS
4. Blackberry
5. Nothing
6. Nothing
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n+100. Android

Typical fanboyism, being so negative about Android.....

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iOS of course Smiley
My bestlist would be:

1. iOS
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3. Firefox OS
4. Blackberry
5. Nothing
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n+100. Android

Typical fanboyism, being so negative about Android.....

Typical android user, has no sense of humor
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November 18, 2013, 12:35:09 PM
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IOS!!!

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iOS of course Smiley
My bestlist would be:

1. iOS
2. Windows Mobile
3. Firefox OS
4. Blackberry
5. Nothing
6. Nothing
..
..
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n+100. Android

Typical fanboyism, being so negative about Android.....

Typical android user, has no sense of humor

Typical android user, yes i agree. And i can bet that he  uses some Samsung galaxy series

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November 18, 2013, 04:25:18 PM
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iOS of course Smiley
My bestlist would be:

1. iOS
2. Windows Mobile
3. Firefox OS
4. Blackberry
5. Nothing
6. Nothing
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n+100. Android

Typical fanboyism, being so negative about Android.....

Typical android user, has no sense of humor

Typical android user, yes i agree. And i can bet that he  uses some Samsung galaxy series

Yes, and you know that because I have already mentioned that in this topic -_-.

I just so happen to have a latest gen iPod touch which I uses quite often (and enjoy very much). So I'm not a typical Android user.

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