Some people prefer stock Android, just as Google designed it. Others appreciate accessing tools and information in ways that Google didn't envision. The company has clearly borrowed some innovations from these custom UIs, like bring able to open a specific app in conjunction with unlocking the phone (rather than unlcoking to the hom page, then opening your app.)
iOS is a famously closed ecosystem, and whether you love it or hate it is a matter of personal opinion. There's also something to be said for uniformity in terms of your expectations of how a phone will behave, and in offering consistent customer support.
by Noel M 5 years ago
Would you choose Android over iOS? If so, why?
by registerdomains 7 years ago
Will android beat iOS?
by alexandriaruthk 2 years ago
How do these three compare - Android, Windows or IOS? Which is the most user friendly?These three operating systems (OS) used in smartphones or cellphones are competing with each other. Which one do you prefer and why? What are the differences and characteristics of the three OS?
by Red Riot 5 years ago
Which is better OS for mobile phones and tablets, Android or the iOS..?Yes, there's Windows for Nokia and other phones and now rumors are circulating about the possibility of Firefox OS, but Android and iOS seems to be the most widely used and popular platforms in the market today. But which is...
by MatthewParker 4 years ago
Apple, Windows, or Android?
by free4india 8 years ago
Google's and Yahoo innovations seem to be make me worried. Earlier I was just worried that they knew too much and now I feel they are even sharing it with the general public. Instead of opt-ins I am finding more and more opt outs, which makes me wonder if I do not keep myself up to date...
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