Apple vs Android in the Enterprise

Joe Lewis Wilkins pepetoo at cox.net
Thu Sep 15 17:52:09 CDT 2011


Richard, 

Thanks.That had been my assumption. Maybe the VM Fusion 4, just released, may resolve some of those issues. I'm really only coding for the Mac market anyway. If they like what I do and want to use it, they can switch to a Mac. (smile) That's been my credo for the past 25 years. Not too profitable, but satisfying. Back in the days of the SE30, I sold a lot of them on that basis. And that was when Macs WERE still pricy. 


Joe Wilkins
Architect

On Sep 15, 2011, at 3:44 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:

> Joe Lewis Wilkins wrote:
> 
> > I guess my only concern to this would be: is the quality of the
> > applications as good and versatile on Android as on iOS? For example:
> > how about the uses of music and voices? My Windows versions of my Mac
> > Apps in which I use sound of almost any kind really sucks!
> 
> That may be a LiveCode issue, or a QuickTime for Windows issue.  Audio files of equivalent quality should be audibly indistinguishable between platforms.
> 
> > Also, I just use a Mac with VM Fusion
> 
> Could that be what's making Win audio sound bad?
> 
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