Why Android is Better than iPhone

green frog iphone case beside black samsung android smartphone

Good day there. Today I’ll be talking about an argument that practically everyone who has ever made use of either an iPhone or an Android has been having with their peers using the other operating system. Android vs. iPhone, which is better.

We all have thought about it, and there is an android phone that is better than an iPhone. Oh yes, we are going there.

The first thing you need to know, though, is that there isn’t a lot you can do with an Android that you can’t do with an iPhone. Trust me, I’ve used both devices, and I can tell you for the fact that there are quite the same. The only differences they have are simply a result of having different operating systems.

As long as you have a great smartphone model, both Android and iPhone would leave you having a fantastic time.

Differences between an Android and an iPhone.

Both Android and iPhone can enjoy video chatting using native apps. They both leave you with a unified inbox for all your email accounts. Both of them allow you to pay for stuff using your mobile device. They could both easily allow you to tether your Hotspot and share your data with other people. Checking their app stores, there are millions of apps there for both.

Looking at one of the real benefits the iPhone has, you don’t need to stress yourself so much because of its walled garden. This approach gives one an excellent experience. After you learn a few methods of using an iPhone, it is straightforward to work with. It is just not as flexible and easy to customize as an android. That’s the only part I’ll say for sure an Android beats the iPhone.

An Android phone is way more freewheeling. You have a lot of choices and a lot of other brands to select from. But Apple has the iPhone. No other type of mobile device is available.

So at the end of the day, the type of phone you should make use of is utterly dependent on your desires and the things you want to do with it.

If you are like many people who don’t want to be held down with rules on what to do, how to handle your devices, and the arrangement of applications your device can have, then an Android device would fit you perfectly. But if you would like a phone with a great camera with rules and privacy settings that would help you feel safe, then the device you should go for should be the iPhone.

I’m not saying Android devices’ camera is not great, but there is a way photos taken with iPhones look that you cannot compare with any Android. Even iPhones that have low models, when you compare their cameras to androids of similar versions, the difference in the camera is relatively straightforward and very real.

The batteries of Androids, are way better than an iPhone. With an iPhone, you can’t survive without having a power bank. That’s just the fact.