Android VS iOS – Which is better?
This is the first question that comes to my mind whenever I decide to purchase a new smartphone.
Is it the same for you?
Irrelevant to the number of users, I can say both the platforms have their unique selling points. With Android (owned by Google) serving a large number users, iOS (owned by Apple) is known for their premium customer base.
Therefore, Android and Apple are equally good in their own rights. However, when it comes to building an app, knowing key factors for each that includes screen size and resolution, app icon size, development language, app testing tools, publish time, cost and OS fragmentation will make it easy for app developers and app development company to make smarter decisions.
Let’s have a closer look at the key differences:
This Gifographic on “Android VS iOS – Which is better?” is designed and developed by Glorywebs.
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And the winner is nobody!
I’m sure you may have come across a number of articles debating on Android VS iOS, however, being in touch with the latest updates will help you make the best decisions based on business ever-changing priorities and needs.
Of course, there isn’t one size to fit all your needs, but with the above, you can see both phones ecosystems have their own advantaged and disadvantages.
For me, the ease and flexibility offered by Android trumps iOS, however, Apple has its own class!
The weightage for each platform highlighted in the infographic will surely help you narrow down and come to conclusion as per your preferences and goals. Hence, it will easily help to decide which platform is the best for you.
If this infographic helps you, please put in your comments for your favorable platform and why? This can definitely be an objective place for your opinions as it would help our viewers and other confused business owners to make more powerful decisions while building their future apps.
About the Author:
Anil Parmar is the co-founder of Glorywebs aiming to help clients with custom android app development services, web development, digital marketing and more. Mobile apps, themes & WordPress plugins we develop have a common # 1 goal: Keep it as simple as possible for end users. Find him on Twitter @abparmar99 & say Hi!