According to a
flawed survey from the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center, the number of attorneys using iOS devices is rising. Of course, this isn’t any sort of surprise, since the ABA basically pushes iOS use (just look at the number of iOS sessions at ABA Techshow compared to other platforms), most legal tech websites are pro-iOS, and attorneys are like sheep: herded to others in the crowd.
Admittedly, when we talk mobile legal tech, iOS is where it’s at. It’s hard to dispute an appeal for great apps for lawyers, like TrialPad. Don’t forget though, Android still has it’s powerful prowess.
I still wonder though, what’s the appeal with iOS? My Android device already has the features iOS lacks, so why do lawyers keep flocking to Apple? Here’s a new poll to answer the question:
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