iOS vs. Android

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WHAT DO YOU PREFER?

When it comes to buying smart phones and deciding which one is best and can be cooperated with on a daily basis, it becomes a little challenging. Both Android and iOS have very good features and also is not even a big difference in price range.

Average price of an Android device is now about half that of an iPhone

Apple has extremely tight control over how the software and hardware work together. On the other hand, Google offers the Android software to many phone makers, including Samsung, HTC, LG, and Motorola because of that, Android phones vary widely in size, weight, features, and quality.

On the App store they have limited apps and are very tight control on downloading apps. But on android play store their are millions of apps and are free to download.

 

Old versions of iPhone’s needed to recharge their batteries every day​. More recent models can go days without a charge, though new versions of the operating system tend to cut battery life until they’re optimized in later releases. ​The battery situation is more complex with Android, due to the large variety of hardware options. Some Android models have 7-inch screens and other features which burn much more battery life.

The last item mentioned that Android’s openness means that sometimes manufacturers install their own apps in place of higher-quality standard apps. We don’t have to worry about that with the iPhone. Apple is the only company that pre-install apps on the iPhone, so every phone comes with the same, mostly high-quality apps.

Google Assistant the most prominent artificial intelligence/intelligent assistant on Android, is extremely powerful. It uses everything Google knows about you and the world to make life easier for us. Siri is Apple’s answer to Google Assistant for artificial intelligence. It’s improving all the time with each new iOS release.

Siri vs. Google Assistant on iPhone

Siri vs. Google Assistant on iPhone


iOS BEST:

  •  Provides a better browsing experience
  • Fingerprint via TouchID: Apple Pay, App Store, Unlock iPhone, etc..
  • Best mobile games
  • Updates: latest features, bug fixes, and security updates
  • Easy to use & less cluttered
  • Easy to connect with your friends & family; FaceTime, iMessage
  • Camera

ANDRIOD BEST:

  • Affordability
  • Sideload apps
  • Battery Life & Charging
  • Customize home screen, add widgets & shortcuts, & even change your entire user interface with launchers
  • Scale & quality of Google Maps
  • Smartphone backup/ Cloud storage
  • Voice assistant
  • Rooting, boot-loaders, and jail-breaking

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Choice is all yours, at the end of the day any smartphone are best! But what is more beneficial and simple to use for you and why?

1 Comment

One Response to “iOS vs. Android”

  1. Ich on May 2nd, 2018 7:18 am

    As much as I would like to say good things about Android, since my very first smartphone was one, but after having transitioned to an iPhone, there is not many pros I can think of. From my experience, even if you have purchased the newest Android device out there, compared to it, iOS will still run more smoothly. Android comes with so many pre-installed applications that made me – when I was in the position of one – feel quite overwhelmed. iOS has an overall much simpler control and structure that makes the general experience better. And their aesthetics is also pretty on point. (Y)

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