Battle Of The OS’ – Why Did You Switch? Follow Up
Perhaps you remember the article “Battle Of The OS´”. Well, almost one month later, we have interesting results on a side poll we created to know what members choice was regarding their preferred operating systems.
The answer is pretty obvious but we are getting an impressive second place on the poll: Windows Mobile, yes WM is the second most preferred OS by the voters!
It is clear that WM, a cornerstone of mobile operating systems, is still present on many devices and as you may read on the Portal, there is active development, but not as much as before though. According to the poll, Android is getting harder to beat regardless of the OS.
Please step in and leave your vote and comment, let´s see how long it takes for WP7 to surpass its father, Windows Mobile.
Originally posted on the voting poll
What operating system do you actually use on your device?
Please give your vote based on your actual OS on your device and not the one you wish to have or think it´s the best.
If you have more than 1 device vote for the one you most frequently use.
Continue to the poll.
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