Tag Archive: Prefer


Do you prefer using Samsung Messages or Android Messages?

From the forums.

Despite the popularity of services like WhatsApp and Telegram, good-old texting still remains as one of the most popular forms of communication for a lot of users.

There are plenty of third-party SMS apps you can grab from the Play Store, but two of the most popular first-party ones are Samsung Messages and Google’s Android Messages.

Android Messages is gradually being updated with new features to slowly turn it into a much more powerful  [Read More…]

Do you prefer Verizon or T-Mobile?

Red vs. pink.

When looking at post-paid carriers in the United States, two of the most popular options are Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile. Verizon’s well-known for having one of the best networks across the entire country, but T-Mobile’s Un-Carrier movement has propelled it into huge success over the last few years.

Choosing between these two companies as your smartphone service provider can be a challenge, but at the end of the day, only one can reign supreme.

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Do you prefer Nova Launcher or TouchWiz Home?

The battle of third vs. first-party.

As most all of you know, one of Android’s greatest strengths lies in the ability to customize just about every little aspect of it that you want. Third-party launchers are a great way to change up the entire look and feel of your device, and time and time again, Nova Launcher has proven to be one of the best options around for doing this.

Samsung’s own Android launcher (TouchWiz Home) used  [Read More…]

Do you prefer curved or flat smartphone displays?

Looks versus function.

If you look at devices like the Galaxy S8, LG V30, and Google Pixel 2 XL, you’ll see that they have one thing in common – they’ve all got curved displays.

Curved displays on smartphones are something that’s become more and more commonplace with each passing year, and while there’s no denying that this is an aesthetically pleasing trend, it’s not the most practical.

Some of our forum users recently got into a discussion about  [Read More…]

OnePlus would prefer you use the OnePlus 5 with your eyes closed

Don’t look too hard.

I feel for OnePlus these days, despite the opaqueness with which it is approaching the latest not-scandal involving the OnePlus 5. Almost immediately after launching in late June, some people began noticing a “jelly” effect on the phone’s Optic AMOLED display while quickly scrolling through the phone’s various screens, such as on a web page or a Twitter feed.

OnePlus acknowledged the visual curiosity, but said in a quote to Android Central and  [Read More…]

You prefer to charge your phone next to the bed

Making sure your phone has the juice to get through the day is integral.

In last week’s poll we asked where you charge your phone at night. The easiest time to charge your phone without needing to use it every few minutes is during the few hours of rest you get. It helps ensure that when you get up to start your day, your phone has a full battery. Not everybody likes to charge their phone  [Read More…]

Weekly Poll: How do you prefer to ‘talk’ to people on your phone?

It’s not really a stretch to say that many of us will avoid talking on the phone these days. When it comes to talking with the people in your life, many prefer to text or use a messenger client like Hangouts. It’s a good thing we’ve advanced far enough that if you don’t like actually talking to people you can get around it in a variety of ways.

This week we want to know how  [Read More…]

Weekly Poll: How do you prefer to buy your movie tickets?

When it comes to watching movies on the big screen, we all have our preferences. Whether that means that you like to go at midnight and see the newest epic in full IMAX, or you prefer to catch an afternoon matinee after all the hubub has died down, you’ll still need to grab yourself tickets. Since Star Wars premieres in less than 72 hours, making sure you get those tickets before they have all sold out is  [Read More…]