WinCamXP, on 12 May 2012 - 08:19 AM, said:
The Market is very unrestrictive and has many useful tools, and if you don't like the Market games, emulators will fix that. Play wonderful NES, SNES, N64, Genesis, Gameboy/Color/Advance titles, and many other systems. There are wonderful games for those! Also, Android is very easily customizable. Some people say they're hard to use, but it's quite the opposite. They're easy and fun to use, and they can be much more lively than the boring iOS home screen. Do your research, kids, before you jump on the Appleholic bandwagon.
No reason to jump on either bandwagon. People that don't like their phones the way they come from the vendor either root them (Android) or jailbreak 'em (Apple). I have an iPhone and it plays all the emulators you mentioned. (The fact that almost every single ROM for the aforementioned consoles is illegal not withstanding...) For those of us not on a bandwagon, regardless of what phone we own, there are markets that allow us to have almost all the same apps functionality-wise. Android has the Android Market and the Apple folks have the Repositories.
"Do your research, kids"....