Friday, August 4, 2017

Stock Android is no longer the best version of Android

Android fanboys hold two truths to be self-evident: Android is better than iOS, and the closer to stock (or AOSP), the better. To the tech-saavy user, an Android skin is, at best, an unnecessary inconvenience. More often, it’s a deleterious faux pas by manufacturers out of touch with user demands. I’ve been regurgitating that wisdom to friends, family, and the internet ever since the first Android skin appeared in the form of HTC Sense way back in 2009. But 8 years later, I’m not so sure. Faster hardware and diminishing returns The traditional arguments against skins and manufacturer tweaks are…

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