iPhone review by an Android fan

I was planning to get an iPhone myself to give it a fair chance. To find out what all this hype is about. Is a mere breakable, bendable, less powerful, expensive piece of electronic worth waiting in line?

This review is too good, that I can now save my $650 + tax.

Wrap-up (From the below Source)
My experience with the iPhone 6 ends like I expected it to. The phone was impressive in battery life, camera, display, and performance categories, but I was ultimately left frustrated by the intricacies of iOS 8 that differ from Android. From Settings and Notifications handling to the silos that still exist while developers get their apps ready for Extensions to that damn physical home button. It’s obvious that Apple has created an experience that they feel is the best for everyone, except they forgot about the tinkerers of the world and those of us who want ultimate control, who want to customize a phone’s experience, and who don’t want to be told that their phone should be used a certain way.
The iPhone 6 and iOS are consistent – they just aren’t consistently what I want.

Is it all about a big phone?

iPhone grows up, from a Lilliputian to a mature size, from being microscopic to be seen finally in naked eyes! Seriously in 2014, cannot imagine a tiny 4″ screen for a gorgeous UI (no pun intended). The bigger size has potential to change a lot, and it will. All the users Apple lost to Samsung, may come back to mother Apple. That in turn means pressure on other manufacturers and the ones who will thrive in this equal-sized war is us, the consumers!

Meanwhile, what does Samsung has to say? They have a point – “Its not just about big size, its about being more productive”. Let us wait and see how this goes.

Google Maps now talks Hindi!

Google’s focus on India continues, in their venture to reach the next billion people! After dedicated Android platform (Android One) for countries like India and including Translation abilities for almost all major Indian languages, next comes Voice navigation in Hindi!

Yes, now you can be guided by voice in Hindi when using Google Maps. Give it a try!

Source: AndroidOS.in

Do you want to type in Hinglish? Android got you covered!

Came across this cool language feature in two of the most famous Android Keyboards (Swiftkey and Swype). You can type in Hinglish. That is typing Hindi words in English with auto corrections, spellings and ease! Watch the below videos to see exactly what is going on.

If you do type Hindi, you got to say “kewl yaar”!

Swype: (Get it here)

Swiftkey: (Get it here)