Discussion in 'Android and Linux on iDevices' started by Spectre057, Feb 3, 2012.
The port may be mediocre, on the right device, Android is pretty sweet TBH.
How can you be surprised?
That's an opinion.
Anyway, I don't see a point in running Android on an iDevice. If you want Android, buy an Android phone, you'll get better hardware for the same price.
The way I see it is if you want Android OS, buy and Android phone. I don't understand why people do this. They want Siri on older devices, Android and WP7 on iPhones, OS X on Windows computers, the list goes on. It's annoying.
It's cool and in this case, free
If you like Android, Android is better.
If you like iOS, iOS is better.
End of argument. Anyway, I wouldn't have thought they would continue development now the 5th Gen is probably just around the corner.
Why be surprised? The dev community is just dried up.
Im surprised that no one cares. ICS was meant for iPhone.
iPod touch: $200, $0/month no obligation
Android phone: $200, $55/month for 2 years.
Or get an unlocked one. Whether or not that's worth it is another question.
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