Android Vs. iOS: Which Works Best for Mobile Professionals?

Posted February 17, 2012

-- By Joseph Walker

Apple devotees may take offense, but Joseph Walker at SMBNation isn't afraid to say it straight out. Mobile professionals are better off with Android mobile devices than they are with iOS devices when it comes to getting work done. Think he's off his rocker or just speaking truth to power?

He'll walk you through his reasoning -- from mobile productivity, synchronization capability, Google integration, app and interface flexibility and hardware versatility, Walker says Android wins hands down. Do you agree? Tell us what you think in the comments below.


I have a confession: I’m a trained Microsoft IT professional, but I love the Apple aesthetic. Their devices are beautiful, their displays dazzling, and their interfaces slick and intuitive. That said, I’ve never been a big Apple fan, mostly owing to their outsize prices and limited software selection. But personal feelings aside, Apple is absolutely a pioneer in the field of mobile and portable computing, and the industry owes them big time.

Read the complete article: Why Android is Outpacing iOS as a Mobile Solution for On-the-Go Professionals

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