For years the battle between the two of the most famous cellphone operating system has been going on, which is Android versus iOS. With iOS being used in the most well-known brand of smartphone, apple, and Android being used in other brands such as Samsung, LG, and many more. You might be wondering what’s the big difference between Android and iOS, but do not worry. In this article we have listed several quick summaries of the difference between iOS and Android, make sure to read this article to find out more about it.
Using an iOS is simple yet limited
The first impression that you get from using an iPhone or an iPad is that their operating system is straightforward and elegant. The only drawback from using an iOS as your operating system is that it is constrained, you can’t install foreign APK on your phone, and you can’t use emulators on your phone, this can be remedied by using a ‘jailbreak’ which allows you to modify your iOS, but doing this might destroy the warranty of your phone, so think again in case you want to do a ‘jailbreak.’
Using an Android is cluttered but customizable
For some people, they do not like Android as it has an app drawer, which is usually cluttered with apps and bloatware, but do not worry, the perks of using an Android is that it is customizable to your liking. You can install different APK and even install emulators on your phone. Perhaps you miss playing Playstation one games, and now you can play it on your phone!
Exclusive apps for iOS
Owning an iOS has its perks, which they have their own apps such as iMessage, which is a unique messaging app only usable between iOS user. This ‘exclusive’ apps is another reason why people prefer to use iOS compared to using an Android. Not just messaging apps, iOS also have many different version of their apps, such as apple store, apple maps, Siri and many more. This is another reason why the iOS could be the perfect operating system for you instead.
Better price for Android
Although the iOS has a lot of apps of their own, Android has a better price value; they are usually more affordable than buying an iPhone or an iPad. The lack of customizability and price might make some people opt for the Android instead, and not to mention with the case of an older version of an iPhone being slowed down on purpose, Android might be the one for you instead.