iPhone vs. Android for NS - page 2
So I start my BSN program next month (woohoo!) and my contract is up with my carrier around that time also. It looks like in just about every "what supplies are good to have?" thread, almost everyone... Read More
0Jul 16, '14 by Lovanurse, DNP, NPSHOTS, Epocrates, UpToDate, Medscape, GoodRx, FP notebook, Preg Wheel, Medscape
0Jul 27, '14 by CraigB-RN, RN, EMT-P, CNSApps on Android phones are just as good as iPhone apps. Especially ones produced by the same company. There are some differences based on the underlying operating system as to how they work.
One thing to remember is that although there for all practical purposes one iPhone, there are many different android phones and each cell phone operator adds their own software to the mix. Saying an your android phone didn't work out is like saying because your Ford failed, all cars fail.
There are a few things that Android phones do better. They multitask better. You can be watching something and taking notes at the same time for example.
1Aug 1, '14 by applesxoranges, ADN, BSN, RN, EMT-PEither way is about the same. It depends on which platform you like better and which one you want to commit to. Unfortunately, one app you buy in one system does not carry over to the other system. Apple seems to cost more but I like that 99% of the time the apps carry over between my iphone, ipad, and ipod. I've bought into the Apple system and I love the Applecare. It works for me since my phone broke through extensive, normal usage and Apple replaced it with no issue.