IOS Or Android?


No doubt, Android is the most commonly accustomed platform for a huge number of smartphones nowadays. On the contrary, IOS is only used by Apple devices, which includes iPhones and iPad. Android has a vast distribution of channels, so the applications are not limited to only one app store. The reverse is true for IOS applications solely distributed to the Apple store. But the difference also lies in the security system used by them. Android phones are more vulnerable to malware and bug attacks due to their less integrated security system. Many applications carry certain viruses with them, which, through different mechanisms and depending upon the source of the application, penetrate through the phone’s security system and cause many problems for the user. But this is not the case with IOS.

IOS Or Android

Until the IOS device is not jail-broken, the application is not installed from a third party or outside Apple’s application store; it remains confident from attacks. This is because all the application publishers are first verified, and the Apple Company approves the application before placing it in the iTunes store. Almost 800,000 applications are available on both platforms. But if we talk about ranking, let me tell you that the recent data published in a Read-Write story by “test” (test is a company that collects data and reviews for mobile software) in January states that the IOS applications, with a score of 68.5, dominate the average Android applications scoring 63.3 out of 100. Accordingly, 74% of IOS users spend much more on applications than Android users. Keeping this in mind, the Apple Company is generating far more profit than Android, constituting about 79% of the industry’s profit Planet Amend.

Discussing the pros and cons, it’s obvious that both platforms have far more desirability than their drawbacks. Placing the two, in contrast, there may be some flaws as well. But the question arises of who wins in the end. Many critics have accused the Android Company of being a replica of IOS, but there are no valid proofs to support this argument. With the death of Steve Jobs (the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Company), there is still no vision of the near future for what we will be expecting from Apple Company. With the advent of the Apple iPhone 5 and the newly given concept of the iPhone 6, it will be easy to believe that Android will face an end.