And that effects me how? Oh yeah, it doesn't. I don't give a shit what you like, in case I haven't made that clear.
I guess it affects you just as much as the lack of copy/paste on the droid to me. Or the bloatware on Samsung S. Or the different interfaces on some other android phones I don't use..
How does that affect me exactly?
I know exactly how it works on the Droid and Galaxy, and it's shown in the videos I linked, that you apparently completely ignored. Try not to be such an insulting prick, and quit changing my fucking quote to something I didn't say.
Sorry, maybe I was unclear. I was talking about sense. Saying 3rd party isn't necessarily a bad thing.
And those videos affects me how? Oh yeah, they don't. (sounds familiar?)
So yeah, I completely ignored those videos.
So you didn't compare an app that you tried years ago (which is pretty damn outdated today) with another app that is up to date for today then?
I had Sense phones in my hands long enough to configure them for Exchange and send them out. You're saying how useless recording on an iPhone is as if you've tried it.
"Try not to be such an insulting prick, and quit changing my fucking quote to something I didn't say."
Did I quote that right?
No, I did not say how useless recording on a phone is. In fact, I said I have recorded stuff on my phone a couple of times myself.
What I did say though, is how tedious it must be making multitrack recordings on a phone. It's nice to have the ability to quickly record some ideas so you don't forget them until you're in front of your real DAW. But to use your phone as DAW. Yeah, that sounds pretty tedious to me. To me
I'm not saying C&P is useless specifically on the Sense, but how useless it is on the Droid and Galaxy, and how fucking inconsistent Android is across devices, which is the point of the thread. It should be built directly into the OS so it works the same on all devices, and not tacked on later by HTC, Motorola, whatever.
I've never claimed that you said it was useless.
I was just telling about my experience with my android phone. Which is only with the htc desire, as you know by now. What I'm trying to say is that 3rd party isn't necessarily a bad thing. I mean, when I had the iphone in the beginning there was no copy/paste, all I could do was to wait for apple to release a new version, simple as that. There was no other iphone versions I could choose from in the meanwhile that had that feature.
With Android you always have a choice. What I think is the strongest feature of Android is what you think is the weakest. Kinda funny huh?
If there's anything you don't like about the iphone, then you're out of luck.
In my case:
The sound-quality of the mp3-player, the design, constrained to use only with itunes, price, multitasking, widgets, no standard usb interface, blinking notification, personalizing etc.
Some more important than others naturally, and some of it is fixed with iphone 4. Still have to wait for the other stuff though. No choices, take it or leave it. You already know what I did
I don't know what it has, I've never used one.
I've figured that already
Good for you. Want a cookie?
You're basically being an argumentative dick, and not really reading all of the posts I've posted, so I'm done arguing here. I don't need to argue what my preferences are with you, when you're trying to discredit the value I personally see in recording on the device, the multi screen, and the various other apps I've already said I use on a continual basis that isn't available at this point in time on Android.
I've also said (which you apparently missed) that I still think Android's a good OS, and that they've both got pluses and minuses, but that the iOS platform fits my setup better.
I've read all your posts and there's a whole lot of technically, generally, potentially and hypothetically words used in this thread, and they're all aimed at Android. Who is theorizing and blowing things out of proportion, and who is looking at the facts?
I didn't mean to discredit how you use your phone. I just don't see much value in the things you mentioned as pro's in my daily usage of the phone. As a phone I think other things is more important. Therefore I said we could agree to disagree. I thought I was pretty clear on that one.
Btw, I've also said that iphone has a good OS. It's not very long ago since I was considering waiting for the iphone 4. I'm just saying after trying Android, no clear that, after trying htc desire
, my eyes have been opened. You can go on and on about how potentially fragmented and how technically this and how hypotethically that android is in general. It still doesn't change the fact that the android phone I chose, the htc desire... IS AWESOME!
I'm allowed to use my phone exactly the way I want with next to no limitations. Therefore I think it's a better phone than what the iphone did for me, and I loved my iphone, I really did, at the time I had it (even though I did have some issues with it).
Again, this is for my use and my opinion and all that. Not trying to discredit anyone that prefer the iphone.
So I say again. Agree to disagree?