As someone who uses Google products on a daily basis I would switch to Android in a heartbeat if it weren’t for it’s lack of distribution. Although having an open source OS allows Android to reach a larger consumer base, it ends up hurting them when OEM’s are slow at or refuse to update their phones which leaves consumers angry and confused as to why they bought the phone in the first place. Continue reading “Android Distribution”
Over the past year I noticed a common trend between the latest devices hitting shelves and it’s ability to work well. It’s something that’s been plaguing industry-leading companies for a while and has been a continuous problem that has yet to be fully addressed. What is it? Quality control. It’s something we customers don’t really think about because we assume that companies have this under “control” and that the devices we purchase will work as advertised. As of late though, this is clearly not the case and this is where I come in to point out a number of devices that are suffering. Continue reading “The Need for Quality Control”
While benchmarking smartphones and tablets can be a good way to measure the strength of a device, I don’t think they’re best or the most reliable method to ensure if a device will perform well. Continue reading “Enough With Benchmarks, Please”
One of the most pressing issues today is the concern over security. We use our smartphones and tablets so often that we sometimes forget how much information we are putting into our devices. We forget how much of this information is being used and sold by companies and how less private our lives are getting. Say what you will about it, but security will always be an important issue in this world and there are a number of reasons why I think Apple is the best at maintaining privacy. Continue reading “The Importance of Security”
Call me weird, but even in this day and age as smartphone cameras get better and better with every generation, I still prefer to use my handy dandy point and shoot camera. I know it’s not common considering most smartphones are arguably better than point and shoots, but I personally enjoy having a dedicated device. Continue reading “I Still Use Physical Cameras”
So a few days ago Apple finally released the much anticipated iPhone X to the world. As the flagship iPhone in it’s lineup this would basically be the “best” iPhone in terms of specs and features. However less than 2 days after it was released, I started seeing full reviews and it triggered me once again.
Continue reading “Why I Hate Reviews That Are Too Soon”
If you own a smartphone with a storage capacity of 32gb or less you’ve probably run into storage issues. You’re constantly getting messages that you need to delete stuff in order to make room for future app and software updates. Unfortunately a lot of the stuff that’s taking up your memory are your photos and videos. And those are probably the last things you ever wanna delete. If you’re in that situation, there’s a much cheaper alternative than upgrading your storage capacity. You should try Google Photos! Continue reading “The Best Way To Keep Photos”