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Android vs. iOS: Which smartphone platform is the best?

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When it comes to buying one of the best smartphones, the first choice can be the hardest: iPhone or Android. It's not simple; both offer a lot of great features and they may seem basically the same other than brand and price.However, a closer look shows that there are some key differences. Read on for a closer at look at some of these differences to help you decide whether an iPhone or Androidsmartphone is right for you.

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Personally I like Android more and I am a user of it. It does not have excessive prices, and more variety to choose from. Obvious iOS has his thing, right now they say they are going to incorporate a dark theme and I love that.

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Android is great for customization and open-source. As windows VS Mac it's the same things..

iOS is great but it's closed-source so impossible to add a custom ROM or something like that.

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I used to have an iphone but I didn't like the fact that I couldn't change icon design so I used to jailbreak, but jailbreaking in itself is very unstable so I recently moved to Android and have never looked back.  I actually design my own themes now using the KLWP app.

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Android has evolved a lot over the past few years at all stages, from design to performance, but it's always known that iOS was, is, and I'm sure it will be the best, safer and most advanced operating system .

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16 minutes ago, might_gamelife said:

Android has evolved a lot over the past few years at all stages, from design to performance, but it's always known that iOS was, is, and I'm sure it will be the best, safer and most advanced operating system .

I second this. They're the only ones that control the entire system- hardware and software. Can't beat them unless someone else does the same.

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Coming from a avid and only android user I obviously choose android. Like mentioned above android has its downsides compared to IOS but the same can be said the other way around. Yes IOS is safer since it's not 'open source' and YES IOS is advanced but I have to say, android can do just as much if not more on its own. With the amount of customisation you can do with android you can practically have a new interface every month.

I've always been a Android user and I doubt I'll ever move over to IOS unless I have to.

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IOS - because I get all the system updates in the same day they are released

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I like the Andriod System IMO.
You can upgrade/change/modify use it as a learning tool.

I use it to learn more how these mobile operating systems work and function.
 

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I used to be an iOS man, but then had some issues with Apple so decided to buy a new phone and bought a Samsung Galaxy. Best decision I have ever made. I am now a droid and always will remain a droid user. :D 

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