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11/29/2012 08:48 PM EST

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DMcCunney
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The whole world doesn't use iPads
DMcCunney   2/18/2017 6:50:13 AM
In fact, neither do all engineers.

May we anticipate an Android app at some point?

>Dennis

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Re: The whole world doesn't use iPads
jprohner   3/3/2017 4:58:35 PM
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I would like to add my second to this.

We use ZERO Apple products here and all our tablets are android.

Even worse we have 2 Winderz 7 machines and the rest are Linux.

All phones are android, as well.

The question becomes why does a magazine that says it is responsive to ALL engineers discriminate against the majority.

Most engineers I know use Android not APPLE..

But let's admit it, had you brought out the Android app first the Apple manics would have complained that they were being discriminated against..

As probably will the Winderz guys..

Hope you DO actually provide to more than the very limited APPLE people.

Thank You for all the years.

John

 

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