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Posted on: September 20th, 2012 by 6 Comments

Look I love them both but to the Android Fans that are LTAO at the iOS 6 WiFi issues……

Look I love them both but to the Android Fans that are LTAO at the iOS 6 WiFi issues… people in glass houses, just sayin'

for what it's worth I DIDN'T have the WiFi issue on my iOS devices but I did have this happen on my Android ones today 😛

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Anyone else having this issue?

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  1. Lee Damon says:

    Seems to be a problem with Google Now.  I'm seeing "browser" as failing sync in my accounts.  Everything else works fine.

  2. Bily Foster says:

    Yeah it's just a little annoying

  3. Tim Bond says:

    The point is that neither Apple or Google is perfect. Personally I prefer most of Jelly Bean Android – especially widgets on a tablet and so many more ways to share through multiple apps. I'm not much of one to fiddle with the OS, but the flexibility offered in Android such as launchers, screen orientation, having the same app in multiple locations and the app drawer (so an app doesn't even have to be placed on a home screen). 

     I've not had much time to play with iOS 6 on my touch, but about the only thing I preferred about iOS 5 is the spell check; Jelly Bean's spell check just isn't as useful.  

  4. Bily Foster says:

    Exactly +Tim Bond 🙂 and I am free to admit that not all is well in iOS world, the new maps SUUUUUUUUUCK, I think having my Nexus 7 may end up being my GPS ( via iPad hotspot )

  5. Tim Bond says:

    I haven't played with the new iOS maps, but I've been seeing lots of folks saying similar things to you.  I've been a fan of google maps long before mobile, so I was disappointed to see apple removing them from iOS.  

    Oh – one thing that iOS also wins out on is podcasts – and the new podcasts apps seems to make it even better. I've found one Android app that seems to mostly work for podcasts, but none of them seem to be a complete podcast solution. 

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