Android Openness Delusions vs. ‘Closed’ iPhone

Wednesday, April 6, 2011
By OP Editor

Differences between hyped ‘open’ Android ‘freedom’ versus iPhone ‘walled garden.’

Android Openness vs. Closed iPhone

Android Open vs. closed Apple iPhone

Android Freedom vs. iPhone Wall Garden

Android Freedom, vs. Apple walled garden slavery

Delusional Fandroids (Android drones) are totally confused about Android ‘freedom’ versus iPhone walled garden, don’t you think?

And of course, as we mentioned earlier, Fandroids are blind to Android Fragmentation and more Android Fragmentation.

Made with Apple Keynote [Mac App Store] by Daniel Eran Dilger on Mac. See three more at Roughly Drafted’s ‘Appleā€™s iPhone and the Curious World of Android Enthusiasts.’


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Tags: Android, Apple, Fail, iPhone

3 Responses to “Android Openness Delusions vs. ‘Closed’ iPhone”

  1. Don

    Android is just another word, as far as I’m concerned, that equates to ‘rip-off’, and just the thought of it makes me want to puke!

  2. John

    Let me post a video of why Android is better than iOS. Oh wait… I forgot. You don’t have any Flash on your iOS device.

  3. michael

    @John, aka Mr. delusional fandroid,

    All top tier sites serve non-flash, HTML5 video to Apple iOS devices, instead of resource hogging and battery draining Flash.


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