It's not refactored, it's Lessfucktored
I’ve been using Google+ since the start of July 2011 and one of the things that I’ve found is that a substantial minority of the users are fanatical Android fanboys. I know that’s not going to be a shock to many of you and it’s to be expected on Google’s social media platform, but it’s become more obvious to me because I post a lot of articles about Apple and that makes me an irresistible target to some. Now I do like Apple products, but I’ve used many platforms and products over the 30 years that I’ve been playing with computers and spent more time on those other platforms. Apple do make very good, if expensive, products and their customer service is the best I’ve ever known. Does that mean that I’m fanatical about them? No. I’ve used Android and it’s good. It has strengths and weaknesses and so does iOS. Google is a large, successful company that seems to know what it’s doing, I think it’s becoming increasingly ‘corporate’, but that’s what happens where money is involved.
There, that’s a rational view. The gist of a discussion with an Android fanboy generally covers the following points: