Google and Apple are the biggest operating system makers in the mobile industry. Google rolled out its latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system and today, the company is launching its latest Nexus smartphones: LG Nexus 5X and Huawei Nexus 6P in the Indian market.
Well, Apple has also announced the new version of iOS for iPhone, iPad at the WWDC 2015. Now the latest iOS 9 is available with the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and also rolled out update for its devices.
This post will show how the two most popular mobile operating system makes their better than each other. Apple iPhones still does better than Android smartphones, while the Android platform has grown up in just a couple of years.
Today, we'll find handful of Android smartphones that comes in every sizes, well-designed, reliable and more efficient as the iPhone. In fact, there are tons of reasons, why it is better to choose Android smartphones over the iPhone. Take a look at the slider below to know more.
The biggest strength of Android is for being customization. Android is design in a way that can be skinned pretty much every piece of it. Lot of Android users, customize their smartphone by installing launchers, lock screen and swipe icon packs.
The voice recognition is becoming an increasingly important corner in the mobile OS. Google introduced a enhanced voice recognition feature for the Android Marshmallow platform. With the new Google Now, you can easily access almost every thing that you want, just like the Siri in iPhone.
Variety of Devices
Apple launches two new iPhones each year, this year: its iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. But, there are tons of Android smartphones hitting the market every month. Further, there will be lots of options to get the Android devices such as user interface, price tags, sizes and more.
Google introduced Material Design look for Android OS back in 2014, which emphasis on new design language with responsive animations, simple grid layouts and bright colors.
Android comes with deep integration of the Google services like cloud services, email, browser, and universal search.