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Apple Co-Founder Calls Company to Port iTunes to Android.

Started by: veli05 | Date 10/05/12 10:10:18 AM
Comments: 5 | Last Comment:  10/06/12 11:54:34 AM

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I guarantee you if Jobs was still around Wozmiak would be fired for even suggesting this. Jobs is definetely rolling in his grave at this remark.
1 2 [Posted by: veli05  | Date: 10/05/12 10:10:18 AM]
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you sir fail at reading comprehension

Steve Wozniak, who does not hold any official positions at Apple today

and Android now has OVER 50% of the market share of smartphones. thats a huge market that you are not selling to anymore, because your product won't run on their platform
1 0 [Posted by: ultimaone  | Date: 10/06/12 06:59:47 AM]
Wozniak is correct. If Apple ports iTunes to Android, Apple will get more sales. Also Apple will be able to compete against their competitors like Amazon that already provided Apps for Android. Sure iTunes is number 1 in online music, but they are number nothing for Android. The Macintosh will not last long because it seems Apple is trying to push away from this platform and go with mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Wider audience is better for sales than a narrow audience.

I am not a music lover, but will also be nice that Apple port iTunes to Linux.

BTW, if you such an Apple fan why did you spell Wozniak wrong.
1 0 [Posted by: tecknurd  | Date: 10/06/12 11:54:34 AM]

Porting iTunes to Android doesn't even make sense. Do you mean making a iTunes supported media player for Android?
0 0 [Posted by: daneren2005  | Date: 10/05/12 12:41:49 PM]
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iTunes is a program, not a website

without the iTunes "app" available for android,
android users can't then download/upload the songs they own on other devices to it. and now with over 50% of the market...thats a large amount of people to not be making revenue from
0 0 [Posted by: ultimaone  | Date: 10/06/12 07:01:57 AM]


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