True, Android has come a long way and there are definitely things that Android does better than i OS. The Google Drive Doc, Sheet and Slide apps seem equal to me.
However, it's not one way traffic IMHO, the i Pad makes a better reading experience. goodguys have a off promo on for the next few dayshttps:// "Samsung off the A10 tablet: off Samsung Galaxy Tab A Promotion: Applies 04/10/16 – 06/10/16 inclusive ("Promotion Period”).
Unlike physical merchandise (such as books), video games exist as electronic data, which is quite easy to make perfect copies of.
As for the 10.1, the only unit available is a white Wi Fi. On the plus side, the WUXGA 1920x1200 screen looks reasonable sharp. I'm not too concerned about the cheapness of the plastic.
I know it's a mid range but the back panel just scream cheap plastic, especially near the edge. Will put a case on it anyway so the back will be hidden. Snappy, bright sharp display, big capacity battery, Android Marshmallow for mid $400.
Yah this, I've invested too much into my Android existence. Yep, they work better on Android though I hate the little fullscreen target on You Tube!
I've tried using Google apps on i Pad as I have an i Pad Air 2, but the two don't work well for me. Since I use Google Play Books, and Newstand as my go to reading resources the experience is better on my Note 5 than the i Pad. Seem to hit it and move the timeline to the end of the video too many times.
This has resulted in something of a vicious cycle between game publishers and unlicensed copying ("piracy"), where when one copy-protection system is cracked or beaten, the publisher must switch to (or create) another, stronger method, which is itself beaten (sometimes quickly), and so on. In the early days, the physical game media itself (game cartridges, CD-ROM) was sufficient to ensure that it was a legal copy, on the grounds that the equipment to produce them was difficult (if not impossible) for the general public to obtain.