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  • The answer would be Andorid Jelly Bean. So far Ginger bread was at the lead as of most commonly used andorid OS versionand now Jelly bean has taken the sword. Jelly Bean covers 32.3 percent share among the versions of Andorid OS. It is expected that Jelly Bean would reach 50 percent usage within the end of year

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  • I would prefer you to go with Android. Since it is the opensource there exists ease of usability. And would be the best option for different category like personal usage or business usage. There are number of free apps available in market that you can make use of.  Also Android holds the top position as of US market share.  

    42 weeks 4 days ago

  • Yes, here is the solution that could help you. Android being the top m

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  • Android KitKat is the upcoming version of Andorid OS which was expected to release with the name Lime Pie but it was renamed later as Andorid KitKat is expected to get released soon.     

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  • We all know that NFC is becoming a powerful tool in the place of bluetooth. but my question is whether NFC is being recognized completely???Find here some more information regarding this and share your comments

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  • There is an app named "Record My Call" in playstore in which you can use it for recording your calls.There are also some other android apps like "Call recorder", "Record calls". You can use either

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