My answer and opinion is, if you are used to iOS, and are not willing or able
to learn a new system, especially if it will be on contract, stick with it. If
however you are willing or able to learn a new system, then just see how you go
with it, and you can always go back to iOS at a later date.
On 5 Feb 2018, at 09:50, Sarah Stephenson <sarahstephenson00@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:-
My contract with O2 is about to finish and I'm looking at what new
phone I get. I've had an iPhone since they first came out and am well
used to using them and Voiceover however I know that android
accessibility has come a long way in the pst few yers. So my genuine
question is what would I gain / lose if I switched to an android phone
and if so what particular models do people have experience of using?
In terms of what I do on my iphone it's the usual mail, web browsing,
FB, twitter, banking etc. I don't use applemusic as I have spotify
but I do also use the Netflix ap.
I await genuine feedback.
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