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iPhone: apps-, Android: search- and Windows Phone 7: social-phone #ux

Are you into apps, search or social media?
Now that we have the Windows Phone 7 out of the closet, it interesting trying to understand whats the difference between the user experiences in the three main mobile platforms: iOS, Android and WP7:

  • iOS is the App experience at the core. 90% of the iOS users uses apps. Of Android users only 15% use apps. iOS is like a walled garden for the apps. Apple continuos nurturing the eco-system with better tech, solution to support the app developers like iAD and Game Central.
  • Android is the search mobile. Google has only one objective, and that’s selling ads from the data stored in their servers. And search make its all possible. The problems Google had with Buzz, showed everyone that they was not into the social media yet.
  • Windows Phone 7 is the new kid on the block. And it’s the only who have taken the social media into its heart, or to be technical, into their operating system. The integration with Facebook is so profound that it just make it makes Wp7 an ideal tool for people who into social media.
Sorry RIM and Symbian, it’s just that RIM is about word processing and texting and Symbian istelphone calls. But that doesn’t count. Just as telefax, teletext, telegram, morse and smoke they are simply a bit obsolete…
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About mortjac

Norwegian social entrepreneur, blogger&Swift programmer. PM for the OMG GL standard. Using #ULab to give #Villajoyosa sustainable tourism&tunable pipe organs.

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