iOS and Android, the competition is real! So, what is this post all about? Comparing iOS to Android, surely! Let’s get started…
iOS the iPhone Operating System is a system developed by Apple. The name iOS wasn’t officially applied to the software until 2008, when Apple released the iPhone software development kit (SDK), enabling any app makers to create applications for the platform.
On the other side, Android is a mobile operating system, however, based on a modified version of the Linux kernel and other open-source software, designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Let’s get the comparison started!
The following chart shows the percentage of users who use iOS and Android:
Based on the chart, there are 75% of people use the Andriod operating system, on the other hand, only 28% of global smartphone owners use iOS.
According to the chart above,
Regarding attitudes to OS, we will show you insights that explain it all. First of all, there is a percentage of 34% of global smartphone owners worry about how companies use their personal data online.
On the other hand, 39% also say they would exchange their personal data for free services.
The below chart shows the percentage of Android and iOS users who cite the following reasons they’re likely to change to Android/iOS:
So, what are the chances for users to change their OS?
The answer is in the following chart:
According to the chart, 27% of Android users are looking to switch to iOS for better security measures.
However, only 20% of iOS users look to Android for more app variety or device compatibility.
So, who knows how many people will switch to different operating systems in the near future? I guess we’ll have to figure out that later on.. And for now, you can check the complete insights from here!