Mobile phones and other technology, like tablets, are some of the most popular products out there today. Consumers are always looking for the next best thing, whether that’s a faster phone with a bigger screen, or a tablet that does more, has a better, more comfortable design, or any other number of variables. Yet despite the wide variety of phones (and pretty soon, tablets) on the market, it seems that the single biggest factor for people is to choose the operating system that runs the phone when they’re in the market for a new smartphone.
Now in the market, the two major contenders are Apple’s iOS, and Google’s Android. But which one is truly better? Are they just two very different operating systems with separate appeal, or two different flavors of the same candy?
Let’s look at this objectively. What do both OS’s do?