Okay ladies and gentlemen, I’m back to my iPhone now, and I gotta say, it’s been a pretty good ride on the Android train. There are a lot of things that surprised me about the platform. Some were very positive, and others were quite negative. The impact this is had on my perspective of these two mobile platforms has been monumental, and I’m certainly going to consider myself a bit more open and aware than I was before.
The video series, titled “The Android Experiment” was supposed to go for thirty-days, starting on October 28th, and ending on November 28th. Unfortunately, my life has turned to a whole ‘nother level of busy, and I’m not able to keep up with the series like I originally thought I would. I don’t feel as though dragging this on is going to change anything, so I’m ending it a bit early, having made a total of 8 videos, rather than the 20+ that I was hoping to make about it.
Below is my final video for this experiment, but don’t think that it’s my last video ever when it comes to doing this. I have intentions to pick this back up again in the future, with a better device and with much higher quality videos. I want to introduce people to an entirely new way of looking at things, and give those a chance to see what the other side is like, without having to totally go spend money on something themselves.
Of course, as I said in the video series, there is no way to tell if a device is right for you, and your lifestyle, without trying it for yourself. I don’t mean just picking it up in a store either. I mean actually taking it in, and allowing it to function in your lifestyle. The attitude of a person has to be positive when trying it as well. Basing your first impressions and your preconceived notions of what it’s like is going to lead to a faulty experience. I tried as best as I could to take this project on with enthusiasm and excitement. I feel that this part was quite successful, but keeping up on the public element of the experiment was a total failure. I had no time to dedicate to it.
To the people who were hoping to follow along, and were waiting for videos: I’m very sorry.
Don’t worry though. More will come in the future, and it’ll be MUCH better than this time. Until then, enjoy the final video, and I’ll see ya next time!
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