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Geeky Jumps: Android or iOS. What's Your Pick?

January 27, 2014

Android or iOS. What's Your Pick?


Well, This is the first question that comes to one's mind looking for a new phone or Tablet.Even though iOS 7 has been reeling in some rave reviews and is undeniably sleeker and better than any previous Apple OS, it still falls short of Android in several areas.




More Apps!

Androids Google Play Store doesn't  always offer better quality, but it does offer far more options than the App Store.

Ending Sharing Options.

In iOS apps, you can only share content via a few basic choices like Message, Mail, Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr. In Android, however, your app world is your oyster: You can move content through any installed app with sharing capabilities.


Third Party Keyboard Softwares

There aren many complaints about the typing experience on iOS 7, but Android still offers more options. You can replace Androids default keyboard with any third-party alternatives. Apps like SwiftKeys are one of the best alternatives.

More Customization

If you want to customize your android, the sky's the limit. Change anything you feel like.  But There are not many options in iOS. This is something Apple needs to work on, making iPhone more customizable.

A Better Notification Bar

One thing about android's popularity is its simplicity and transparency over its functions and everything. Comparing it to iOS 7, it revamps the iPhone Notification Center, Androids is still better.  

Images With Contact List

Android can automatically import photos for your contacts. Pretty Cool.

Ease With Multimedia

Android doesn't  care where your music comes from. Apple and iOS 7, however, require iTunes if you want to load your iPhone up with songs.

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