android vs ios

Comparision Between Android And IOS.

Comparison Between Android And IOS.

Android-It is a mobile operating system developed by Google.It is designed mainly for smartphones and tablets and is used by most of the mobile companies except few.It is based on the system of touch gestures which include tapping, swiping, etc.The response to the user interface or user action is very fast in this operating system and has now become a very popular one all across the world.Android basically is not so complicated and slightly easy to use.It has various versions which are updated by Google after a short span of time and the users can upgrade their mobile devices to get the latest version.

Ios-It is also an mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc for Use of their devices only such as iPods,iPhones,iPod, etc.It is regarded as 2nd most popular operating system of Mobiles after Android.The ios operating system mainly is based upon using multi-touch. Interface control factors consist of sliders, switches, and buttons. Interaction with the OS involves gestures such as swipetappinch, and reverse pinch, all of which have proper definitions within the context of the iOS operating system and its multi-touch interface. Internal Systems such as accelerometers are used by some applications to respond to shaking the device. Apple has been significantly praised for incorporating through accessibility and other talented and famous functions into iOS, allowing users with vision and hearing disabilities to properly use its products.

Which Is Better?

By Interface-Ios and Android, both have a similar interface that is touch. The contact facilities are almost same in both the systems except few differences.While the Ios homescreen only allows few apps, in Android you can also choose to add some widgets such as weather, temperature, location, etc. A status bar runs across the top on both iOS and Android, giving information such the time, WiFi or cell signal, and battery life; on Android, the status bar also shows the number of newly received emails, messages, and reminders.

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By Applications-Android gets its apps from the play store developed by Google or known as the Google play store.Ios gets it apps from app store available in the device. The bottom line when analyzing Google and Apple’s app stores is that most popular apps are available for both platforms. But for tablets, there are more apps designed particularly for the iPad while Android tablet apps are often scaled up versions of Android smartphone apps.The popular Instagram app started with iOS, and their Android app came much later.So we cannot compare the apps available for both the Android and ios as these are almost same with small differences which do not affect any of the phones.So In this criteria, both are winners.

By Speed-Android updates come often, but they have an unfortunate feature that they are not available to every Android user which is not in the case of ios where whether he/she is using an old Apple device will get the update and can get it updates.Android also hangs sometimes, but as compared to Apple, it is more on Android.Update of Ios also come very often and always improve something in the device which makes the update worth waiting for.

By Call Features and Messaging-Android allows the user to send one of some templates texts as auto-replies when declining a call.While in the case of Ios you can also set the phone on do not disturb mode which is sometimes very helpful in busy situations.Both the systems have features of texting to persons of they could no attend the call due to any reason. Android allows users to log onto GTalk for messages. iOS does not offer a native way to chat with non-Apple users. Users can message over Apple users using iMessage or use apps from Google for GTalk and Microsoft for Skype which is awesome in both.


So this was our review, or you can also say the comparison of both the Android and Ios by few of the essential features.Do like, share and comment.

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