Many people often completely dismiss Android as a platform that's inferior to iOS in nearly every aesthetic and pragmatic way. Software projects tend to start with iOS, whilst Android is either placed on a shelf for later or isn't considered whatsoever. While Apple's mobile products (both hardware and software) are usually praised as icons of style, quality and intuitiveness, Android devices cannot get a share of that Apple 'magic' or whatever we may call it. Android is encompassed by several depreciating myths that have no actual substance behind them. Let's have them all on a list.1. Android is complicated and unintuitive.When removed from this area, an Android system is much more packed than an iPhone. Google provides its numerous services and makes a completely new device ready for work. Enter your Google information (that takes less time than creating an Apple ID) and begin working. It does not take enough time to obtain accustomed to Android.With regards to user experience, there is a huge discrepancy due to the multitude of devices. There is no sense in going for a cheap Android and state the OS is awful. Have a high-end device then, with Android 4.0 or higher, and you'll begin to see the difference.2. Android is affected with bad UI, its applications look bad (or worse than iOS applications).That's the myth that haunts Android from the very beginning of its existence. It's reasonable to admit the earliest versions of Android weren't that good whatsoever in both looks and functionality. However the first iPhone and its OS weren't either. Now as iOS is becoming as polished as possible, Android was not in stagnation. It has developed into an impressive mobile platform with beautiful UI plus some features that many iOS users would really like to have (most obviously widgets). It's different from iOS, and style is treated differently. There are numerous beautiful Android applications that look no worse,
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