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  1. IOS VS Android

  2. What is iOS ? What is Android ? Interface Processor Hardware (Design) Google Play vs App Store Market Share Verdict

  3. WHAT IS IOS? IOS(iPhone OS) is a mobile operating system developed and distributed by Apple. It was established in 2007. Unlike Microsoft'swindows phone and Google's Android, Apple does not license iOS for installation on non-Apple hardware. According to the special media event held by Apple on September 12, 2012, 400 million devices had been sold by June 2012. It is Apple’s mobile operating system used to run the popular iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices. Formerly known as the iPhone OS, the name was changed with the introduction of the iPad. It interprets the commands of software applications (“apps”) and it gives those apps access to features of the device, such as the multi-touch screen or the storage.

  4. WHAT IS ANDROID? Android is an operating system based on the technology of Linux kernel, and designed primarily for touch screen mobiles and devices such as smart phones and computers. Initially developed by Android, Inc., which Google backed financially later bought in 2005, Android was unveiled in 2007 along with the founding of the Open Handset Alliance: a consortium of hardware and software, and telecommunication companies devoted to advancing open standards for mobile phones. The first android powered phone was sold in October 2008. Android is a software package and Linux based operating system for mobile devices such as tablet computers and smart phones. It is developed by Google in 2007 and later the OHA (Open Handset Alliance). Because Google developed Android, it comes with a lot of Google app services installed right out of the box. Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Maps, and Google Now are all pre-installed on most Android phones.

  5. INTERFACE Android The interface of Android is fully customizable. It enables you to use widgets on the home screen, change the backgrounds but it entirely depends on the OS and UI you are using. The Nexus 4 Has Android 4.3 Jellybean with the Stock Android UI whereas the Samsung Galaxy S IV also has Android 4.3 Jellybean with the Touch Wiz UI which differs in the looks of the lock screen and the looks of the interface. The Multitasking feature make it a good interface to use. However, the latest Android OS, 4.3 Jellybean is only used in the 0.4% of the Android Market Share.

  6. IOS The interface of iOS is mainly for versatile, fluid and fast work. It has no home screen. It will directly direct you to the app screen where the apps are displayed. This reduces the customization, you can still change the background but makes your work faster, easier & fluid. IOS 7 made a drastic change to the entire iOS by introducing Control Center, Multi tasking, New Notification center and many more things. 90% of iOS devices use its latest OS, the iOS7.


  8. Android Android has a vast variety of phones. Millions of phones around the world run on Android OS. From Micromaxto Samsung, LG, Karbon, Sony, Lenovo to almost every leading mobile companies in the world. The speed and processor varies on the Model or Mobile used. The specifications of every different Android device varies. The google nexus 5 is rumoured to have a 1.9 GHz Quad Core snapdragon 800 processor which would be pretty fast but the OS may cause lags and hangs, nobody knows.

  9. IOS ios is a closed source operating system. It uses its own A7 Chip with 64-bit architecture and a M7 motion processor in its latest phone, the iPhone 5S, Which is super fast without any lags as the OS does’nt affect the speed of the phones.


  11. Android Most leading companies like Samsung, Sony & LG use the plastic body as the cover of the phones which makes it very light and easy to use. Black front screen looks very beautiful in some Android devices like the Xperia Z1, Note 3 which are using Super AMOLED screens. However the growing problem with these companies is that huge and bigger phones are being launched every year.

  12. IOS After the iPhone 3GS, Every iosPhone uses an aluminium body as the cover of the phone which resists fingerprints but makes the phone a little heavy. The iPhone 4S,5,5C & 5S use Retina displays at the front screen which increases the brightness and sharpness, can be easily seen in sunlight.

  13. AndroidFeatures • Android OS has many features, among which are the following: • Enhanced interface with the array of icons on the menu. • Android adapts to high quality 2D and 3D graphics, with multi-touch support. • Android supports multitasking, i.e. many applications will run at the same time, like in a computer. This is not possible with simple mobile phones and many other smart phones. • Connectivity supports: GSM, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS etc. • Android supports many languages, including those with right-to-left text.

  14. Multimedia messaging system (MMS) is supported. • Java runs great on Android. • Applications for Android are developed in Java, but instead of a Java Runtime Environment, Android uses the Dalvik Executer, which is lighter on resources. • Android supports most voice and video media formats, including streaming media. • Additional hardware like sensors, gaming devices, other touch screens can be integrated in Android. • Voice and Video over IP. VoIP has many benefits, and Android manages cameras and has embedded support for seamless use of VoIP for free and cheap calls.

  15. IOS Features • System Fonts • Folders • Notification center • Accessibility • Multitasking • Switching Applications(application does not execute any code and may be removed from memory at any time). • Task Completion (helps to ask extra time for completion of task).

  16. Background audio (helps to run in background). • Voice over IP (in case phone call is not in progress). • Background location (notified when location changes). • Push notifications


  18. Overall Roundup