Why the Android Ecosystem is Broken
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Why The Android Ecosystem is Broken
Leaving iOS never hurt so much...

Towards the end of 2011 I switched to Android.  I wanted a physical keyboard.  Why not give Android a try?  It was a very rough ride, and a lot of things went wrong along the way...
  1. I struggled with corrupted data & syncing
  2. It required tool to monitor & kill bad apps
  3. Android couldn't remember context & position
  4. I struggled on and on with the interface
  5. Many apps were weaker than their iphone cousins
Here's what I think went wrong with Android, and why the platform failing.


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