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Android. I'm a convert.

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as of right now i got android on smartphone (galaxy nexus 4.2.1) and for tablet i've got android (xoom 4.0.1) and windows RT (surface), hopefully i can snag a Surface pro soon

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At the moment:

Mobile: Android (Galaxy Nexus)

Tab: None

Hopefully by the end of the year:

Mobile: Windows Phone 8 (Nokia Lumia 920)

Tab: Windows RT/8 (whatever the Surface comes with)

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Posting from my brand new Lumia 920 :D

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Windows Phone 8!

Along with Surface, Windows 8 desktop and SkyDrive!

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Windows Phone 7.8

Haven't a need for a tablet, in fact I've just sold the one I bought :)

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Just updated to android Jelly Bean 4.1.2 this morning on my XT890 (RAZR i x86 processor), amazing OS, has been a while since I've felt the same smoothness on a handheld device, android was ok before but now it's even better.

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Using Android on both phone and tablet. I will continue to use Android for the foreseeable future :)

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Android...lets me do what I want and has all the apps I need.

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Android for my phone, don't own a tablet not because I don't want or need one, more that I don't have one.

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iOS. A huge chunk of my business clients are moving towards mobile, and they happen to use iOS a majority of the time. I figured I better get used to it. It's not a bad OS in my opinion. 

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Having got the S4 (after having had the S3 before) a couple of days ago, I can safely say that I will continue to be an Android user for the foreseeable future. I don't have a tablet and I don't want one.

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Android for now. Only Android and iOS allow me to do my work when I'm on the road. I can't use WP8 due to a lot of limitations in the OS. For tablet, Android also.

Phone: HTC One AT&T

Tablet: Nexus 7 2013

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Tablet: Windows 8 and 8.1

Phone: Windows Phone 8

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Of course its Android!

Nope, I'll never consider iOS.

 

Waiting for official nightlies of CM10.2 to roll-out.

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Android on Phone.  Have another year of my contract left on my Atrix.

I own a playbook, so on that it's blackberry.. until someone manages to crack it.

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HP Pre3 running webOS 2.2.4

HP TouchPad Go running webOS 3.0.5 with LunaCE 4.9.10 and ACL (Android Compatiblity Layer for Android apps)

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I use stock Android 4.3.

 

As much as I love Android I would never consider using a customised version, I prefer getting it direct from Google.

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Android 4.1.2 on Samsung Galaxy Note 2

WP8 amber on Lumia 520

iOS 7.0.3 on iPad 3 and iPhone 4S

So yea almost all major OS?

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Unless said mobile os / device will let me

 

- drag and drop files

- play mkv files with multiple subtitle / audio tracks.

 

Android all the way.....

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Currently Android 4.3 on my Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.2.2 (Custom ROM) on my Acer A500 tablet. Pretty happy with Android overall, plan to go Android again next year when my contract is up :happy:

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Running a Nexus 7 2012, will probably keep using it, and if I need a replacement I'd likely get another Nexus 7, great series of tablets.

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after much deliberation,  it is android.

love the iOS, was with it for 5 years!

hard to switch at first (few month)

 

after you finally adjust, there is no reason to go back! 

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Unless said mobile os / device will let me

 

- drag and drop files

- play mkv files with multiple subtitle / audio tracks.

 

Android all the way.....

 

VLC for iOS lets you play MKV files. But the files need to be transferred via iTunes sadly. But can be done on iOS now.

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