What are the chances of your moving to a new mobile platform in the near future and what would be needed for you to make the jump?
Unlikely. I can move between Apple and android with ease, but going to another is no chance.
Unlike for me too.Although I am with Android reluctantly right now, iOS is unlikely to be enticing until they modernise their UI with a functional equivalent to widgets, and the Windows Phone 8 UI shows some promising development, but still behind Android, but not as far as iOS.
Win 7 on laptop and Android on phone & Tablet.
I would consider the MS tablet - IF it works and give me better integration with my laptop.Phone will stay AOS.
Still using both SGS3 and 4s. But wouldn't consider anything else at the moment.
I'm happy with android at the moment and the way it's slowly progressing. I have a few widgets I like, and android works well for my needs.
I don't see it happening unless Apple totally screw up. I'm heavily into the OS X - iOS environment at this point and see nothing that would entice me to move. It's more of Apple would have to give me a reason to look, which is exactly what they want.
I don't think I'd ever move from android to iphone, even if Apple brought out a larger device AND its been around long enough to be rooted without known problems.I simply don't have any, and don't want to, investment or lock-in, to itunes or apple products.
I'm careful to not even be locked in to Google.. - I know how to export my calendars and contacts to liberate my data, - can back up and restore my phone without needing the Google Play Store if needed to ensure that if google withdraw an app I don't lose it- I could export all my email from hosted account on Gmail.etc
Stick with Android. It will develop at a high rate and in a near future for sure it will be "the system to have".
I use both iOS (iPhone 4S) and Android (Nexus 7) but consider iOS to be my "main" OS. There are a few programs that I use on iOS that I consider to be "must haves" and until and unless they make the migration to Android, I'll stick with iOS as my major device platform.
I'd switch is something came out that suited me better. It doesn't look likely to happen though, unless Windows 8 (not Windows Phone 8) or later does a good job.
I'd never say never, but it would need to be compelling.