Android vs iOS

Android vs iOS

Both Android and iOS are high resolution operating systems that are used in devices all over the world. The reason to keep different choices depends upon the features and functions, which makes the work easy and faster. People prefer using operating systems that allows them to work faster than their previous operating systems. We compare the similarities and differences between both operating systems:

Touch screen support:

Android and iOS both are mainly controlled through touch screen displays using high quality Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) or Light Emitting Diode (LED) display technology.


Multitasking is an effective feature of both operating systems for the individuals and organizations that use them.

Copy paste:

This is a very common feature available in both Android and iOS, many users are familiar with this feature of desktop operating systems.

App Store:

Application stores, such as Google Play and Apple's App Store, are the online markets that host downloadable apps for both types of operatings systems. Users can create accounts that stores their credit card details so that purchases can be made without having to enter payment details each time.

Flash support:

Flash player is not supported by the iOS operating system however Android supports Flash Player and people can get what they need by using Flash player.

No. of Apps available:

As of the end of 2013, both marketplaces were hosting over a million apps each.

Java support:

iOS doesn’t support Java so many of the programs won’t be able to run on iOS while Google's Android supports Java.