I'm thinking of buying a new smartphone, so basically narrowed down to two - Samsung Galaxy S2 and iPhone 4S. Has Android got an equivalent of Apple's iTunes Store? I know that Android has a Marketplace which is equivalent to Apple's App Store. But what about Books, TV Shows, Music, Movies and so on? I know that Apple users generally purchase these from iTunes. But what about Android? How to buy and watch movies or read books on Android?
And generally, which one's better iPhone 4S or Galaxy S2?
#1DarcyAnswered at 2014-02-23 03:50:02
yes its all in the market, except music, you can get the app google music for that. of course you can also do it like me and just move the files already on your pc and just move them to your sd card.
ga;axy s2 specs.
-worlds thinnest phone (certain models are a bit thicker)
-most powerful dual core processor (1.2ghz)
-wifi tethering- turn your phone into a portable hotspot.
-best battery life (several days with light usage)
-super AMOLED plus screen, best screen out their
-8mp camera with 1080 recording capabilities
-built in FM radio
-gorilla glass, same glass used in military helicopters.
-voice talk- apple basically copied this and called it “siri”
good android apps
ios5 is a coppy.
also Samsung makes the screen, processor and memory for apple devices so you know its better!