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Let's have a look about


Android and iOS

What is
Android???
Android is an open source operating
system, created by Google
specifically for use on mobile devices
(cell phones and tablets)
Linux based (2.6 kernel)
Can be programmed in C/C++ but
most app development is done in
Java (Java access to C Libraries via
JNI (Java Native Interface))

Android
Effectively updated OS that presents you the best
designed features within your budget.
Have a look at the features compiled by Android
authority that makes people to go behind Android.

Features

Multiple price points


Customization
Widgets
Google Now
Integrated with Google services and Products
Custom ROM's
Speed of Improvement

What is
iOS???
Apples

mobile operating system considered


the foundation of the iPhone

Originally

designed for the iPhone but now


supports iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV

based

on BSD Unix kernal

Application
It

programming done in Objective C

has high cost than android

iOS (iPhone)
First Smart handset that entered Smart Phone World
and still retaining the best position with reputation.
Here are the features of iOS

Features

Faster Performance
Built-in Cameras and Photo Library
Inter-app Messaging
Multitasking
Quality hardware

Manufactures
Android
Samsung, Sony, HTC,
Motorola and more

iPhone
Apple

Competition

Programming Language
Android
iOS:

OS: Java

Objective C

Android Application
Development

Eclipse
IDE

Android
Emulato
r

Android
SDK

Android
Mobile
Device

iOS Application
Development
XCODE
IDE

iOS
Simulato
r

iOS
SDK

iOS
Mobile
Device

Android versions & its


features

Android 1.0 and 1.1


android 1.0 is the first version of android
Also called alpha and beta versions of android
Developed in July 2005
These are not familiar in mobile OS
The first android phone was devoloped by

HTC in 2008

android 1.5: Cupcake


All

the android version name


starts in alphabetical order

after beta version(1.1) all other


versions name are the name of
sweets

Cupcake

is developed with
many changes . It support 3rd
party keyboard and widgets

android 1.6:Donut
Released

in 2009 with fixing


rebooting errors in the OS

Added

photo and video features


(camara
interface)

Support
Also

larger screen sizes

offer navigation feature

android 2.0 and 2.1:


Eclair
Released

in january 2010

Added

features flash and digital


zoom for camara

Include

bluetooth 2.1 support

Multi-touch

wallpapers

facility and live

android 2.2:Froyo
Improved

browser support by
adding animated GIF support
and flash 10.1 plug in support

Provide

USB tethering and wifi


hotspot capability

Android 2.3 and 2.4:


Gingerbread
Released

in december 2010

It

support internet
calling,wireless transaction
capability

Support

more than one camara


and sensores

It

also features a download

android 3.0 3.2:Honeycomb


Released
It

in february 2011

is made for tablets with


supporting larger screen size

Android 4.0:Ice Creame


Sandwich
Released

in october 2011

It

features a new design and


new font and ability to monitor
mobile data usage and other
upgrades

It

can be used in both mobiles


and tablets but honeycomb is
only used in tablets

Android 4.1:Jelly Bean


Released

2012 with biggest


change include

Indroduced

Google Now and


more intractive notification

Also

it allows voice typing


features

Android 4.4:KitKat
Released

in september 2013

It

convert Google Now with


Ok Google It allows user to
access google without touching
their phone

It

also introduced Emogi in


Google keyboard

Android
5.x:Lollipop
Released
It

in 2014

improves user interface

has

an excellent battery life on


some devices

iOS versions and


features

let us COMpare
THE LATEST
VERSION OF
ANDROID AND IOS

Overview
Android Marshmallow has now been joined by iOS 9 in being
officially unveiled to the world
iOS 9 might arrive to devices first, but both operating systems will
land within weeks of one another

But how will they differ? Find out in Android Marshmallow vs iOS
9 comparison.

Android M vs iOS 9 :
interface
There's not much to report on Android Marshmallow's interface; it
more or less retains the Material Design look of Android Lollipop,
with a few tweaks such as a refreshed app drawer and new-look
clock. We're happy with this though.

Cont
Apart from a new font style, iOS 9 is also largely keeping things
as they were. However, a crucial development in Apple's next
operating system is a focus on adding so-called 'Intelligence' to
the OS.

Android M vs iOS 9 :
mobile payments
Android is playing catch-up with Apple when it comes to
mobile payments, and to that end is giving its system a major
reshuffle. What until now was known as Google Wallet will be
re-branded as Android Pay.

Cont
The Apple Pay developments revealed by Apple at WWDC 2015
sound like Apple, while expanding into new markets. Example,
from July you will be able to use Apple Pay on public transport in
London & Apple Pay will be compatible with 70 % of UK credit
cards.

Android M vs iOS 9 :
privacy
Marshmallow, permissions will be requested as and youll be able
to say no to individual permissions without breaking the app. If that
sounds quite iOS-y, thats because it is good ideas a irrespective of
who does it first, & Apples quite happy to take ideas

Here we go!!!! The highlighted reasons of both


Android and iphones
5 reasons that makes iPhone better than Android
smart phone:

Availability and quality of apps


Ease of use
Accessories, good quality accessories
Compatibility with other Apple devices
Great hardware

5 reasons that makes Android better than iOS:

Open Source
Flash
Handsets
Carries
Real Multitasking

Conclusion
This comparison never comes to an end as both Android and
iOS smart phones are improvising their features for every
second. If you observe on the basis of market share Android
wins and iOS for Financial aspects.
If you come with different conclusion, share your thoughts by
commenting!!