Saturday, November 03, 2012
Discussing iOS vs. Android here at the #ACPE Fall Institute
You'll usually find me carrying an iPhone 5 and an iPad. I used to carry an Android tablet, but I stopped using that when I began using writing apps + stylus pen on my iPad.
According to the 2011 Manhattan Research Taking the Pulse study, 75% of physicians use some type of Apple device like an iPod, iPhone, or iPad. Their 2012 report indicated that tablet adoption doubled with the iPad being the dominant platform.
I continue to use both iOS and Android and I plan to start exploring Windows Phone and Windows RT to see how these newer platforms will be relevant for healthcare professionals.