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Android vs iOS for Business | Have I been Doing It Wrong? Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus vs Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max. Which of these Android vs iOS is the better operating system for conducting business? That is what I am covering in today’s video. Android vs iOS for Business which one will come out on top?

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  1. Great video! I am struggling with the decision between Apple and Microsoft. I am a lifetime Apple user (iPhone, iMac, etc), but have always used Microsoft at work (Outlook, Excel, Word, etc). I want to start my own business and just chose one system for all my electronics – so they can easily interact and I do not want two phones, two computes, etc. The dilemmas I am facing are:

    1) Microsoft for Apple programs (Excel for Mac, PowerPoint for Mac, etc) do NOT display or function EXACTLY as expected when using my Mac – and forget about seeing anything on my iPhone. How well/easy is it to view, edit, work on an Android?

    2) When dealing with other businesses (or even overseas businesses), I heard there can be a compatibility problem with reading documents between Mac and PC – How about between iPhone and Androids?
    3) I'm going to be using Quickbooks Online for my business – easier to run on iPhone or Android?

    Any help will be appreciated. *Oh yeah, I forgot to mention my wife will NOT be discontinuing her Apple products – so what problems do you foresee if did switch to an Android?

  2. Your video helped me appreciate how good I have it with android Note phones running my businesses. I was going to switch, but clearly that will be a big mistake.

  3. I’ve used my iPhone for business as it seems cleaner it’s better knowing where everything is. Plus I have an issue with too much Google stuff because Of the current issue that is facing Google with iPhones

  4. The only thing I truly dislike with the Androids (Samsung) that when you send videos from android to android they are blurry/pixelated and I think that is a huge turn off, ive been a user of both Apple and Samsung , I like both , but that’s the only thing I really hate about Samsung and also , when you post pictures on snap or iG, they’re not as clean as they are when posted from iOS even though the Samsung’s camera is better. Aside from that , ive too been known that iPhone is just for messing around (socializing) and Samsung is for business.

  5. Great video as always 👍🏻
    Regarding your "data issue": Try a file manager like Solid Explorer, Xplore or SMB Sync.
    On your Mac you can share a folder and select the folder from your Android device. Then you can copy a data you want 🍾
    Did it the same way and still use it on Windows as it works like a charm 👌🏻

  6. I’ve convinced my father to buy the new iPhone but sadly his response is exactly like yours. He liked the iPhone, he just didn’t think it’s the best for business

  7. You can have multiple accounts on Apple. I have my main email, my Gmail and my Hotmail all on my iPhone inside the Mail app. You can attach documents to emails on iPhone too. I sign documents using either Adobe fill and sign app, or within the iWork suite using the insert drawing function. I use my iPhone mainly for personal use but also for work. I prefer is over android especially over the One UI on my Note 8.