Guy Kawasaki, Former Apple Legend Says “Android Is Better Than iOS”

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Guy Kawasaki, marketing representative for Apple since the first Macintosh and later became Apple Evangelist, reveals to ReadWrite about his conversion to Android and explained the reasons why Google’s operating system support better philosophy “Think different” by Steve Jobs.

Guy Kawasaki, the former Apple employee recognized since the first Macintosh in 1984. Guy Kawasaki later served as “Apple Fellows” (established by the Cupertino Company to reward the best employees) becoming “Apple Evangelist”.

During an interview with ReadWrite Kawasaki said:

“People are kind of amazed, but I don’t use any iOS products, none at all, I fell in love with Android on the smartphone, and then I got a Nexus 7 and started using Android on the tablet as well. To me the great irony is that Apple’s slogan was `Think Different,’ but today if you think different you’re looking at Android.”

Former Apple Evangelist went to Android almost by an accident, because he needed a device with support for 4G networks, and initially got a Motorola Droid Razr Maxx, then replacing it with a Samsung Galaxy S3. Despite the release of the iPhone 5 on the market, with full support for 4G networks, Guy Kawasaki does not feel the change because it believes Android as top OS.

“Another thing I like with Android is they don’t have some stupid proprietary cable. I can go to any hotel front desk and if I’ve forgotten my cable they always have a micro-USB around. I can use my Nexus 7 and it’s on the same cable as my Samsung Galaxy S3. What a concept! A standard cable.”

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It seems that Kawasaki has recently had professional relationships with Samsung and the South Korean company recently helped him to publicize his new book “What The Plus!: Google+ for the Rest of Us.”

In short the Apple legend believes that Android is better than iOS.

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