Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates this week had his first meeting with Clubhouse, which has an increasingly popular chat app of the same name in which you can only participate by invitation, where he answered a series of questions.
Gates interviewed journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin and as the Clubhouse app is currently only available in iOS, of course one of the questions that arose was whether Gates regularly uses an iPhone and whether he prefers iOS to Android.
"The phone I use is Android," Gates said. "Because I want to keep track of everything, I often play with my iPhone, but what I carry with me happens to be Android."
"So Android vs Apple - what is the best option?" Sorkin asked.
“Some of the Android makers preinstall Microsoft software in a way that with facilitatesGates replied. “They are more flexible about how software connects to operating system. That's why I'm used to it. "
Clubhouse co-founder Paul Davison, who was also briefly in the online meeting room, told Gates and Sorkin that an Android version of the app is the "top feature" for which working at present and is a lot excited.
During the meeting with Clubhouse, Gates admitted that he had an unpleasant relationship with Steve Jobs, but described the former Apple CEO as "unique". Other topics that emerged in Wednesday's online discussion included the global public health crisis caused by COVID-19, the climate change and Gates' new book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster. The full interview is available at YouTube.
Source of information: macrumors.com