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Last week's episode of PhoneDog Live was a special one. We reserved the entire show for The Ultimate Fanboy War. At PhoneDog, we read your comments and we know how passionate you are about your OS of choice. You enjoy defending it and telling everyone why it is better than other OSes. We decided to give you an opportunity to really voice your opinions during our live show. Pre-selected volunteers joined the show and debated which OS was better. We had some great debates and I'm sure everyone had fun. Of course, there were some Android vs. iOS debates but we also had an Android vs. BlackBerry debate, a Windows Phone vs. iOS debate and more. The debates were high-energy and passionate. We heard some very interesting arguments from both sides.

The volunteers are from all over the world  and are of all ages but they all share the same thing: passion for mobile technology. We did have a few technical difficulties, but we were able to move on and continue with the show. Check out the timeline below if you want to skip to a particular debate in the video which is posted above. Be sure to use the annotations in the video so you'll be able to skip through the times when we had some technical problems.

 

PhoneDog Live Podcast #33

 

Timeline of debates:

  • 3:23 - Android vs. iOS (Guillermo vs. Jordan)
  • 14:33 - Android vs. iOS (Henry vs. Coulton)
  • 30:18 - Android vs. BlackBerry (Joey vs. Dammy)
  • 45:20 - Windows Phone vs. iOS (AJ vs. Joey)
  • 54:47 - BlackBerry vs. iOS (Sachin vs. Nick)
  • 1:03:44 - Android vs. iOS (Jomar vs. Shane)

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