Google's popular apps are a favorite in the App Store
Chances are, if you have an iOS device you have one or more applications from Google installed. If you're like me, you have most of them installed. Google's services are extremely popular amongst iOS users, and platforms that don't have them are filled with users that want them. That's Google's strong point — Internet services — and they are damn good at it.
But is this level of support for a competing platform a good idea? When Google updates one of their apps for iOS, there is always a few from the Android camp who aren't happy about it and think Google should let iOS users fend for themselves with other services, like Bing or Yahoo! mail. On the other side of the fence are people who think support for the end-user is paramount, and both Google and Apple should do the right thing and provide services people want to the people who want them, regardless of who built their mobile device. I fall into this camp.
We're trying to find the median here. Not the voice of the haters who would like nothing more than to see Apple go away, nor the voice of the crazy ones who think everyone should get along. You all can help us find it. There's a poll in the sidebar to the right, or after the break if you're mobile. Let us know what you think.