Let’s face it: Google managed to loosen Apple’s stranglehold on the mobile market. They’ve won — or at least, they haven’t lost — and that’s quite an achievement, but Apple’s experience in mobile software still gives them the edge in a number of areas, and video chatting is one of them. FaceTime, iOS’s native video app, is a solid program that has been polished to a shine, and it’s quickly becoming a generic verb like Xerox. You don’t video chat someone, you FaceTime them. With an Android phone, though, you can’t.
That’s what’s great about the open marketplace of ideas that is the Google Play store, though.