iOS or Android which is more better

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May 1, 2013 9:10:44 AM via Website

I love Android. I use it for my personal devices and like it far better than iOS. It is absolutely my platform of choice. For managing devices in the Enterprise, however, iOS has been far simpler with better capabilities than Android by far. The policies are more polished, there are more options for managing apps, and deployment of the devices are easier, there are fewer gotchas, etc etc.

We will deploy Android devices as well (as the platform matures) but iOS is just better in almost every way right now (for business purposes) and therefore we are recommending them almost exclusively.

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May 1, 2013 9:44:11 AM via Website

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May 22, 2013 8:21:23 AM via Website

Being true I will say that iOS is superior.

Agree that Android offer more customization options but if the performance is compared then iOS wins.

The best thing about iOS is that software upgrade to newer version is made available to every iOS device, while lot of Android phones does not receive any upgrade.
If we look at the stats then maximum Android user are still using Gingerbread and they will never receive Jelly Beans upgrade. You invest once while purchasing an Apple product and they will provide your services for lifetime while it is not the same in case of Android devices.

I am Daniel Jones, Working with Kiwitech as app developer. I enjoy exploring apps on various mobile platforms.

May 22, 2013 4:24:07 PM via Website

Ok, I do need to point out that Apple has more apps, BUT way more of them are paid apps. Android has the advantage that you can get TONS of free apps. I really appreciate this fact.