There is no doubt about it, Windows Phone is dead. Change is difficult for everyone and I admit that it took me some time to finally give up Windows Phone. I went from a Lumia 950 to a Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. The last Android phone I used before Windows Phone was the HTC EVO 4G, so the switch to Android was relatively simple. After the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, I switched to my current phone, the Google Pixel 3 XL. In addition to the battery life of the Pixel 3 XL, I don't have much to complain about using a Pixel.
On Android, Microsoft Launcher is a highly rated launcher that has more than 10 million downloads in the Google Play Store. Microsoft Launcher integrates well with Android, offering an easy-to-use experience with easy access to many other Microsoft applications and services available on Android. Microsoft Launcher allows you to use your Microsoft account, which makes it even easier to switch between your phone and the Windows 10 PC. The launcher allows you to view all your calendar events, Outlook emails and use Continue on PC to continue being productive
On the other hand, there is iOS, which offers secure messages with iMessage, easy backup and storage with iCloud, and Apple Store offers many applications that allow easy use with everything. Facetime and the ability to interact with family members through video chat is another great advantage. If you distrust that Google always listens to what you are browsing, listening and speaking, iOS would be the safest alternative. An important disadvantage with iOS is the choice. Apple is the only company that manufactures the iPhone and, if you want the appearance and customization of the phone to be kept to a minimum.
I could talk to the full about all the functions of Windows Phone that I miss and which device is the best, but the platform is dead, it's time to move on. Now that there are only two options for smartphone operating systems, Android and iOS, I am wondering to which platform the majority of Windows Phone users were changed and why. So ring in the comments or do our survey:
Life after Windows Phone: are you using Android or iOS?
– OnMSFT.com (@onmsft) July 30, 2019
What phone do you use now and what do you like most about the operating system? (Extra question: what do you miss most about Windows Phone?)
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