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Android user may switch to Windows Phone for the weirdest reason we can think of

16
Jul
2014

If there’s one species of tech fans that we find awesomely fascinating, it’s the Gadget Contrarians — that is, the people who love using services, devices and platforms that have been overlooked or dismissed by the mass market for whatever reason. One particularly striking example of this is GigaOM writer Kevin Tofel, who says that he’s finally decided that he can make the switch from Android to Windows Phone… because it finally has a good Google+ client. “I’m a heavy Google+ user seven days a week and the G+ experience on Windows Phone is dismal,” Tofel writes. “At least it was until this weekend when I got a Twitter recommendation to try gPlus, a native Google+ app for Windows Phone.” Tofel’s love of little-used technology

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