Interesting perspective. I've had the Pre-, Veer, Pre3, TouchPad, CM7, CM9, and now CM10. I currently use a SGS3 for my daily phone. I will agree that tablet versions of Android still feel clunky compared to webOS. I also agree on typing on a phone versus typing on a tablet. I prefer the phone as well, but I've really taken to SwiftKey3 (VKB) and it's "magical" (for lack of a better word) auto-predict. I'm not sure if you had a typo, but can you clarify the above highlighted text?
Originally Posted by jmdesai
All I have to do is click on the "Google", a search bar opens up and if I'm looking for a contact, start typing it in and it appears. The same goes for apps, start typing the app name and they show up.
FYI it is strongly recommended to not use "task-killers" anymore as unexpectedly killing an app may cause it to corrupt and not work properly.
As for installing webOS over your Android tablet, that may be possible in the future, but I don't think it's very feasible at the moment. You may want to consider buying a TouchPad, people are selling them all the time, and for relatively cheap. Take a look in the Marketplace Forum here on this site, if you're interested. We enforce fairly rigid rules to protect our members against fraud, and feel free to ask around before you make any commitment.
Upgrading from ICS to JB on my SGS3....aside from a few new "features" I didn't notice the "butter" very much at all, tbh. Mind you, it's a pretty snappy phone straight out of the box.