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smacman
Jun 28, 2011, 06:57 AM
I've been using an iPhone 4 since launch, however lately the gadget beast inside me has been getting awful bored. Recently while pondering how to spend a hefty overtime check, I decided to treat myself to an HTC Sensation Android device. Long story short, both devices have their strengths and weaknesses (beaten to death on these forums I think..).

The truth is, I wouldn't want to give either device up. In fact, I've been swapping sim cards between the two devices every few days (thank god for google sync)..

Just wondering if I am alone in this bizarre behavior...



vkuber
Jun 28, 2011, 07:07 AM
I currently use my iPhone 4 as my work line and have an HTC EVO as my personal line. Waiting for the Blackberry 9900 (Bold) to come out and will use that going forward for work (battery life) and then use my iPhone for personal use when that time comes.

Stealthipad
Jun 28, 2011, 07:11 AM
I swap my iPhone SIM card back and forth between my Samsung Galaxy S2 all the time. Just get the SIM card adapter and it works fine.

yourmother
Jun 28, 2011, 07:29 AM
I swap my iPhone SIM card back and forth between my Samsung Galaxy S2 all the time. Just get the SIM card adapter and it works fine.

As I am thinking of switching to a s2, I am really curious to know what features draw you back to the iphone 4 and vice versa? In other words why do you use both instead of just one?

kenypowa
Jun 28, 2011, 08:24 AM
The truth is, I wouldn't want to give either device up. In fact, I've been swapping sim cards between the two devices every few days (thank god for google sync)..

Just wondering if I am alone in this bizarre behavior...

I have rooted Nexus One and iPhone 4 as well. :D
Android is the primary phone, whereas iPhone serves as an entertainment device. Nothing wrong with owning the two best platforms.

Carl G35c
Jun 28, 2011, 08:42 AM
Yes, I have an iPhone 4 with ATT and a HTC Thunderbolt with Verizon.

to be honest I use my iPhone more for apps and games, but since I am in a 4G LTE area I use the Thunderbolt for web browsing or streaming (it is damn fast).

hcho3
Jun 28, 2011, 08:49 AM
I have an iPhone 4 and I have Nexus S

The only feature that really bugs me on the iPhone is the lack of google navigation. It is really handy on the go.
Also, nexus S has built in hotspot app that you can use at no extra charge from carriers.

Just as much as I love Galaxy S2, the device isn't for me because it has touch wiz on it. I don't like any skins on android phone. I want to experience the Android OS as it is.

Bottom line, I will never buy any android phone with any skin. So, when Nexus S prime or w/e comes out, I will upgrade to that.

TheUndertow
Jun 28, 2011, 08:53 AM
I have an older HTC Hero with Droid and the last two revs of iPad.

Going to pick up the iPhone 5 for myself (and leverage my iTunes library) and let my wife keep using the Droid.

Stealthipad
Jun 28, 2011, 08:56 AM
As I am thinking of switching to a s2, I am really curious to know what features draw you back to the iphone 4 and vice versa? In other words why do you use both instead of just one?

The SG2 is super high performance compared to the iPhone 4 and has a screen to kill for. The faster CPU makes the SG2 a whole new experience. Put that in the iP5 and it will be really nice. There is enough Android software out there for my purposes and the Apple Apps are high in numbers but low in quality or need! The best of Apple Apps are now being done by Android, the rest are not worth the space on your device.

BUT, I do like the OS on the iPhone because I have used it so much. The first week or two the SG2 is the clear winner but then you start to miss what you liked about Apple.

What both device STILL LACK?

Notification LED and better notification, period. I guess my Blackberry days have for ever spoiled me as neither of these devices come close to what Blackberry did for notifications!:(

JustLeft
Jun 28, 2011, 09:10 AM
iPhone4 and a Nexus 1 for me. Once iOS5 comes out the N1 will likely see decreasing use. Will never sell the N1, with the OLED screen and the dock it makes a great alarm clock. Only issue is that it can't keep time worth crap when it isn't activated through the cell network.

polbit
Jun 28, 2011, 09:28 AM
Hmm, I just switched to Verizon iPhone 4 from T-Mobile N1, and I wish I could swap SIM cards... Miss my N1 a bit, still one of the best Android phones out there, especially with CyanogenMod 7. And talk about notifications! The nice, big trackball with assignable colors to different events was awesome, probably single biggest thing I miss now on the iPhone.

Polbit

TG1
Jun 28, 2011, 09:28 AM
iPhone 4 is my personal phone and my work got me a Droid X. I like the apps on the iPhone way more and the elegant OS. I like the big screen and the increased freedom for customization & personalization on Android. Both are solid devices but I still prefer the iPhone.

ChazUK
Jun 28, 2011, 11:15 AM
I'm dual wielding an iPod Touch and Nexus S.

I don't need 2 phones and the wireless access point on the Nexus lets me share an internet connection with the iPod if needed so as far as mobile platforms go, I'm set!

tbayrgs
Jun 28, 2011, 03:07 PM
While I'm certain I'm in the vast minority here, I'm actually using both and iPhone 4 and a Samsung Focus (WP7). I've played around a bunch with Android devices and nearly got a Nexus S but just personally not a fan of Android. I wanted to give WP7 a go and was able to pick up a barely used Focus on the cheap. Windows Phone 7 is refreshingly different--like the Facebook integration and Live tiles but it is still, IMO, not yet ready for prime time (though Mango looks like a huge step forward). My iPhone 4 is still my main phone (use Focus when I'm going anywhere a phone is more likely to get damaged, i.e. the beach) and I'll never move completely to WP7 but am curious to see how it changes/grows over the next year.

KoukiFC3S
Jun 28, 2011, 03:24 PM
I am using a Xoom in addition to my iPhone.

smacman
Jun 28, 2011, 09:21 PM
Wow.. Nice to know I am not alone. I'm starting to think the best combination is the HTC Sensation used in conjunction with my iPad 2. Best of both worlds..

rml4uk
Jun 28, 2011, 09:29 PM
I've had whichever version of the iPhone is the most current since the original came out and I'm bored with iOS (have been for awhile actually). My Android device is a Motorola Atrix. I like the hardware a lot but it sucks how AT&T has basically crippled it by "not turning on HSPA+". This is actually the second time I've been bored enough with iOS to switch to Android. Last time I sold my iPhone 4 and bought a Samsung Vibrant, which I broke, so I sold it for parts and bought a Captivate. I love the 4" screens that all three Android devices have on them but Android just flat out isn't as polished as iOS and it's hard to beat the build quality of the iPhone 4. Also, I've always loved how Apple products are very intuitive - you think you should be able to do something a certain way, and guess what, it works that way! Android just isn't at that point yet. I'm pretty pumped about the Atrix Gingerbread update though.

*One thing I have noticed is that everyone who has posted on this board that has an iPhone and an Android device has a high end device. Not sure what that means, just thought it was interesting.

awadeee
Jun 28, 2011, 10:50 PM
I don't own anything Android but I do a lot of SIM swapping from my stock iPhone 4 to my jailbroken 3Gs. I love BiteSMS, SBSettings, Winterboard and the emulators. Sometimes I just need to go back. :D

Thinking about picking up a used Android device soon though; I do a lot of buying and selling of cell phones and I'm sure I could even make money if I decided not to keep it. Any recommendations for a good GSM Android phone that isn't super new?

polbit
Jun 28, 2011, 11:07 PM
Nexus One! A classic, and still one of the better ones, even if it doesn't have the dual-core, or the Super AMOLED Plus screens... If you can find one cheap, and get CyanogenMod on it, then you are in business.

It's funny that a lot of people here post that they got an Android phone because they were bored with iOS, because I'm an exact opposite. Either way, it's a lot of fun playing with something new, thank goodness we have choices! I hope that Microsoft can get going with Windows Mobile, and it would be nice to see WebOS back in the game (I'm giving up on RIM, they are clueless...)

Polbit

maclaptop
Jun 28, 2011, 11:16 PM
I've been using an iPhone 4 since launch, however lately the gadget beast inside me has been getting awful bored. Recently while pondering how to spend a hefty overtime check, I decided to treat myself to an HTC Sensation Android device. Long story short, both devices have their strengths and weaknesses (beaten to death on these forums I think..).

The truth is, I wouldn't want to give either device up. In fact, I've been swapping sim cards between the two devices every few days (thank god for google sync)..

Just wondering if I am alone in this bizarre behavior...

Nothing bizarre about your desire. I have been using more than two phones for years. I just enjoy smartphones.

I've had every iPhone since day one, and I've had over 15 Androids since they were first released via T-Mobile. The reason for so many Androids is that there are a lot of choices and I like to try most of them and have.

Currently the two I carry daily, are the iPhone 4 and Samsung Galaxy S II.

Both are excellent in their own way and I differ from many people, inasmuch as I simply see no good reason to compare them, other than the fact they are both phones.

The OS differences are so diverse that there's little point in a direct comparison as inevitable as it may be.

I enjoy variety and these two platforms provide it. I wouldn't give either of them up.

That's my take on it. :)

danny7
Jun 29, 2011, 01:42 AM
sorry i have only use iphone........

maflynn
Jun 29, 2011, 06:06 AM
I've used both but not at the same time. I switched back and forth. Got a Nexus One, stopped using the iPhone. Got the iPhone 4 stopped using my Droidx

Both have their own strengths and weaknesses. I'm happy with my IP4 and so i don't see changing anytime soon.

RS232
Jun 29, 2011, 09:14 AM
I have a iPhone 4 and a HTC Inspire... But always drift back to the iPhone! Love the notification and customisation on the HTC but the lack of proxy server settings, exchange folder recognition, authentication problems with work website and battery life are a pain.

I know there are ways round it but the iPhone handles these 'straight out of box'! Dabbled with Windows Phone on the HTC HD7 and was fairly impressed... Mango in the autumn might make me defect!

LSUtigers03
Jun 29, 2011, 09:24 AM
Hmm, I just switched to Verizon iPhone 4 from T-Mobile N1, and I wish I could swap SIM cards... Miss my N1 a bit, still one of the best Android phones out there, especially with CyanogenMod 7. And talk about notifications! The nice, big trackball with assignable colors to different events was awesome, probably single biggest thing I miss now on the iPhone.

Polbit

I've thought about getting a Nexus One. The phone still sells for close to $200 which is pretty impressive for a phone that is a year and a half old and not an iPhone. I've only heard great things about it and most people who have one say they'll never sell it. I'm selling my Inspire and I may get one after it sells.

Samuriajackon
Jun 29, 2011, 09:25 AM
I have a iPhone 4 and a HTC Inspire... But always drift back to the iPhone! Love the notification and customisation on the HTC but the lack of proxy server settings, exchange folder recognition, authentication problems with work website and battery life are a pain.

I know there are ways round it but the iPhone handles these 'straight out of box'! Dabbled with Windows Phone on the HTC HD7 and was fairly impressed... Mango in the autumn might make me defect!

I had a iPhone3gs, Droid(original), LG Vortex, and an iPhone 4. Droid had terrible battery and power consumption problems. tasks would run out of control, the support for gmail sync was worst then MobileMe(i would update a contact and it would update in gmail site about 1 hour to 1 day later). both the Droid and LG had pretty okay screens but not next to the iPhone 4.

sbddude
Jun 29, 2011, 09:44 AM
I don't own anything Android but I do a lot of SIM swapping from my stock iPhone 4 to my jailbroken 3Gs. I love BiteSMS, SBSettings, Winterboard and the emulators. Sometimes I just need to go back. :D

Thinking about picking up a used Android device soon though; I do a lot of buying and selling of cell phones and I'm sure I could even make money if I decided not to keep it. Any recommendations for a good GSM Android phone that isn't super new?

Why not jailbreak your iphone 4?

nburwell
Jul 7, 2011, 01:23 PM
Although I have an iPhone 4, I purchased a Droid Incredible to play around with until iOS 5 is released. The Incredible isn't going to replace my iPhone at all. It's just another toy for me to play around with. Plus, it's a decent back-up in case something happens to my iPhone.

kicko
Jul 7, 2011, 01:28 PM
Although I have an iPhone 4, I purchased a Droid Incredible to play around with until iOS 5 is released. The Incredible isn't going to replace my iPhone at all. It's just another toy for me to play around with. Plus, it's a decent back-up in case something happens to my iPhone.

is it easy to switch the activation between the devices or have you not tried?


Verizon told be it should work fine but it would "void" the warranty with them by deactivating my iphone. I told them i'd just go to Apple anyways, since Verizon is about as helpful as a ziplock baggie in space.

nburwell
Jul 7, 2011, 01:36 PM
is it easy to switch the activation between the devices or have you not tried?


Verizon told be it should work fine but it would "void" the warranty with them by deactivating my iphone. I told them i'd just go to Apple anyways, since Verizon is about as helpful as a ziplock baggie in space.

I actually have not tried yet since the Incredible is in the process of being shipped out. I was spoiled with AT&T when I could simply just swap out SIM cards. Apparently you can switch devices via your online account with VZW. I would never take my iPhone to Verizon anyway if it were under warranty. Apple is the only place I would take it.

awadeee
Jul 7, 2011, 04:29 PM
Why not jailbreak your iphone 4?

I wanted to keep it stock and fresh for a little bit. It's jb'ed as of two days ago. :p

Savor
Jul 23, 2011, 03:24 PM
While I'm certain I'm in the vast minority here, I'm actually using both and iPhone 4 and a Samsung Focus (WP7). I've played around a bunch with Android devices and nearly got a Nexus S but just personally not a fan of Android. I wanted to give WP7 a go and was able to pick up a barely used Focus on the cheap. Windows Phone 7 is refreshingly different--like the Facebook integration and Live tiles but it is still, IMO, not yet ready for prime time (though Mango looks like a huge step forward). My iPhone 4 is still my main phone (use Focus when I'm going anywhere a phone is more likely to get damaged, i.e. the beach) and I'll never move completely to WP7 but am curious to see how it changes/grows over the next year. I plan to get the Focus next because I loved that S-AMOLED screen as well as the slim design. I see some refurbished ones being sold for $150 online with no contract.

I just got a brand new Palm Pixi Plus (AT&T) for $60 and really like webOS even though the phone is underpowered and lags. It really does make a great backup to my iPhone 4. Small and compact. I never had a QWERTY phone before. It eliminated my urge to get a BlackBerry Bold and Pre. For a brand new Pixi Plus that just came in June of last year for $60 is hard to beat.

A little bit of me is craving to get at least three more phones within the next 15 months. A WP7 phone like the Focus which I can get this year for cheap, an Android like the Xperia Play (to play emus), and a BlackBerry QNX phone by next year since the PlayBook really does have a nice OS.

So my starting lineup would by 2012 will be -
iPhone 4 (iOS)
Pixi Plus (webOS)
Focus (WP7)
Xperia Play (Android)
BlackBerry (QNX)

No thanks to Nokia N9 since MeeGo is DOA.

My iPhone 4 becomes an iPod touch and I will switch between four different phones when the mood is right and since they all have a removable battery cover. I was thinking of getting the HTC HD2 which can run multiple OSes, but I'd rather get the true experience that run the OS natively. I can live with a 1GHz single or dual-core for the next 4-5 years. Stuff like going quad core, 12MP cameras, and 3D screens is just overkill. The main thing I want from any smartphone is decent Wi-Fi browsing. I am not an app whore like I used to, so my attachments to any ecosystem like iTunes/App Store isn't there anymore. Basically these phones are like portable computers in our hands and my most used app is always the browser. So I can switch from smartphone to smartphone week after week and not get care of the OS it has as long as I am connected to the internet and I can listen to my music and take decent pictures. Some people collect baseball cards or jewelry, I would love to collect smartphones. The Swiss Army knife of electronics.

ChazUK
Jul 23, 2011, 03:28 PM
So my starting lineup would by 2012 will be -
iPhone 4 (iOS)
Pixi Plus (webOS)
Focus (WP7)
Xperia Play (Android)
BlackBerry (QNX)

No thanks to Nokia N9 since MeeGo is DOA.


That'll be an awesome selection! My next pickup will be a webOS device. Been promising myself that I'll try it out for long enough. :cool:

andyx3x
Jul 23, 2011, 04:28 PM
I have contemplated many times getting an Android phone to go along with my iPhone. I just can't justify the extra expense though.

If I were to do it though, I think that I would get the upcoming Droid Bionic on Verizon. That looks like it's going to be an awesome phone.

sentinelsx
Jul 24, 2011, 01:39 AM
I am itching to pick up the N9 when it shows up at Canadian soil. Most people call it stupidity but I dont let apps decide the phone choice for me. It's the actual OS and interaction with it's use that interests me the most given all basic communication and entertainment needs are met by all phones. I have tried android too many times to like it and unless ice cream shows much improvement and there is a compelling design I dont see myself pick up an android for a long time.

A nokia searay running wp7 would also be a very tempting choice.

Savor
Oct 19, 2011, 01:56 PM
Yes, using both now.

I find Android can be "complimentary" to iOS. Neither have my favorite UI. My fav UI is webOS. Can't wait for BBX phones since QNX pretty much copied the UI of Palm's but polished it up more with better hardware. But I like both iOS and Android. I use their strengths to compliment each other. The thing I like about Android is not just customization, but more choices. I like to sometimes have a phone that nobody really has. With iPhone, it is too uniformed. Like going to Catholic school. Android is like free dress day. More individualism. You can talk about the different models to Android users and can be fascinated by it since there is variety there.

I've owned pretty much most of platforms out there with the exception of WP7. I believe five different smartphones OSes. I just try to get the best from ALL worlds. If you are a cell phone enthusiast like me, you don't have any blind allegiance to any specific brand. They are all essentially like vehicles that essentially do the same thing and get you back on Information Super Highway. My next phones will probably be WP7/8 and BBX phone next year. You can't really judge a phone until you actually own it for awhile.

But right now, I liked what I saw in ICS and just hope it stabilizes Android even more. That is my only real qualms with it. Android seems to be the most unstable, but it has gotten much better since Gingerbread. I could care less about eye candy. I can always customize it to my liking and make it look better for my personal taste.

Stealthipad
Oct 19, 2011, 02:45 PM
As I am thinking of switching to a s2, I am really curious to know what features draw you back to the iphone 4 and vice versa? In other words why do you use both instead of just one?

It is not features that is driving me to change back and forth, it is just plain boredom. I will stick with the 4S for a while but I did get out the SG2 and put it on the charger today:eek:

drenline
Oct 19, 2011, 02:47 PM
I got an awesome theme to have android on my iphone, does that count?

LSUtigers03
Oct 19, 2011, 02:56 PM
I use an iPhone 4 and an Atrix.

Gangnam Style
Sep 19, 2012, 01:16 AM
Yes I go both ways, but with the iPhone 5 and it's nano sim, it may get harder to use another phone as there are no nano sim adapters yet.

JustLeft
Sep 19, 2012, 06:25 AM
Soon ro be ip5 and also packing a Samsung s3! Living the dream!

GaresTaylan
Sep 19, 2012, 07:09 AM
I had a 4S and sold it when my work agreed to buy me a Galaxy Nexus because it had 4G. I need the hotspot when I travel and 3G wasn't cutting it (especially when using VPN on the iPad or MBP).

I've had my Galaxy Nexus for about 6 months and can't wait to switch back. As the OP said, each has their pros and cons. Jelly Bean is a nice OS IMO. For me, Ive invested too much money into iOS and didn't want to spend more cash for apps Ive already purchased on iOS. I'll be glad when my iphone 5 gets here.

msarway
Sep 19, 2012, 07:33 AM
i have S3 and iphone both are good i have the s3 for screen size and i like the bigger size for reading docs. both are good but i have so much apple stuff that i am sucked in.

JustLeft
Sep 19, 2012, 11:41 AM
i have S3 and iphone both are good i have the s3 for screen size and i like the bigger size for reading docs. both are good but i have so much apple stuff that i am sucked in.

You have described my situation. Also find I have some apps I like better on each platform. One thing I dislike in Android is apps that have ads. They really take up screen space and are very distracting.

yegon
Sep 19, 2012, 11:59 AM
I've a launch 4 and have had a Note since November last year. Bought it out of gadget lust, really came into it's own when I bunged Cyanogenmod9 on it.

Still largely prefer iOS. Overall, I find the IN app experience better, more stable and consistent than android. Equally it integrates so well with my mac and iPad. I barely use widgets, they just don't appeal to me and I really don't see what all the fuss is about. For video, browsing and ebook reading the Note is best in class for a phone really, but as a day to day general use phone a tad impractical.

I'm hoping my imminent 5 will stop me constantly sim swapping, but I kind of doubt it, on long trips the Note is awesome and Google Maps is utterly sublime on that screen.

HadItWithWindow
Sep 21, 2012, 06:35 AM
I just switched from AT&T to Verizon for the 4g when I ordered my iPhone5. They screwed up the order and got 16GB rather than 64GB as planned. My fault too for not looking close enough at the salesman's mistake. I've already made up my mind to refuse the phone because it isn't large enough. My current 4 has used 15+GB and I've only had it a year.

I thought about trying one of the new Androids but I'm so use to iTunes, iEverything that I'm worried.

I've read you can sync iTunes with Androids but does it allow you to access your music library? Do I give up the iCloud? Does Android have something similar?

nfl46
Sep 21, 2012, 06:41 AM
Yes, Gnex and iPhone user here. I'm keeping my Gnex and will use it to play with different roms and switch up devices until the iPhone 5 jailbreak is released.

auero
Sep 21, 2012, 06:45 AM
I just switched from AT&T to Verizon for the 4g when I ordered my iPhone5. They screwed up the order and got 16GB rather than 64GB as planned. My fault too for not looking close enough at the salesman's mistake. I've already made up my mind to refuse the phone because it isn't large enough. My current 4 has used 15+GB and I've only had it a year.

I thought about trying one of the new Androids but I'm so use to iTunes, iEverything that I'm worried.

I've read you can sync iTunes with Androids but does it allow you to access your music library? Do I give up the iCloud? Does Android have something similar?

Google backs up photos, contacts, etc..

Music can be stored with google music (free) and streamed.

Gdwheel
Sep 21, 2012, 06:55 AM
I have an iPhone and various android phones. Variety is nice. I bounce back and forth.

Anonymouslives
Sep 21, 2012, 06:58 AM
I have an iPhone and 2 android phones, including a galaxy s III, which I bought like 2 months ago and have never even taken it out of the box. Was going to after the jelly bean update came for it, but getting the iPhone 5 today, so probably just sell it.

tbayrgs
Sep 21, 2012, 07:13 AM
Yes I go both ways, but with the iPhone 5 and it's nano sim, it may get harder to use another phone as there are no nano sim adapters yet.

My thoughts as well. I've been using a Galaxy Nexus since July (part time until 3 weeks ago when I sold my 4s), had to use a microsim adapter. The phone is decent--more screen real estate but not a fan of plastic, feels a bit flimsy--and jelly bean is also not bad, pretty smooth, just feels less polished than iOS. It just doesn't integrate into my tech ecosystem (admittedly mostly Apple) nearly as well so I'm looking forward to going back to iOS full-time.

Since swapping sims seems to problematic right now, I'm considering just selling the Nexus though I've thought about holding onto it as it'll likely be one of the first devices to get the next Android release.

c23roo
Feb 4, 2013, 04:04 PM
My wife is looking to upgrade her phone (she has an old flip phone she never wanted to give up) and enter the 21st century. My question is this - our desktop and laptop are mac, running Calendar/iCal as the desktop runs Mountain Lion and laptop is Snow Leopard. We really rely on this to keep family schedules together - and we like being able to enter events at home and have them pushed to my phone, for example.
She's leaning toward the Samsung S2 or 3 (forget which she likes best) instead of iPhone, and wants to be sure our calendars will continue to be able to sync.
Anyone have experience with this? I don't suspect it would be an issue, but as nothing ever seems to integrate seamlessly, I thought I'd ask.
-C

sbddude
Feb 4, 2013, 04:12 PM
My wife is looking to upgrade her phone (she has an old flip phone she never wanted to give up) and enter the 21st century. My question is this - our desktop and laptop are mac, running Calendar/iCal as the desktop runs Mountain Lion and laptop is Snow Leopard. We really rely on this to keep family schedules together - and we like being able to enter events at home and have them pushed to my phone, for example.
She's leaning toward the Samsung S2 or 3 (forget which she likes best) instead of iPhone, and wants to be sure our calendars will continue to be able to sync.
Anyone have experience with this? I don't suspect it would be an issue, but as nothing ever seems to integrate seamlessly, I thought I'd ask.
-C

Sync to google calendar. I do it that way and my iphone, android, and work PC all stay in perfect sync.

P.S. Go for the S3 over the S2. It's a much better phone in many ways (particularly the screen resolution), and is still better than many phones new to the market since its release.

c23roo
Feb 4, 2013, 08:24 PM
Any way to do this without using Google calendar? Not a deal breaker but I prefer the interface of iCal/Calendar/Busycal to Google's.
Or do I just continue to use my current interface and use Google as a go-between?
C

sbddude
Feb 4, 2013, 08:51 PM
t continue to use my current interface and use Google as a go-between?
C

Yes, this. Google cal can sync to calendar for mac.

macsrcool1234
Feb 4, 2013, 08:56 PM
Do any of you doing this have AT&T? I am considering getting an android phone to devolep/play with but am wondering how swapping sim cards would work. I have an unlimited LTE data plan on ATT...would putting that into an Android phone and vice versa cause any problems?

sbddude
Feb 5, 2013, 12:15 AM
Never had any issues swapping SIM cards between iphone/android on att unlimited. AT&T will say you need a special plan but it seemed to work either way. Better to be on the LTE plan and get 5gb unthrottled.

As long as you don't put your SIM in a tablet or laptop, etc.