#Windows10 #AndroidN – Windows 10 Mobile vs iOS 10 vs Android Nougat: A Tale of Three Operating Systems : When it comes to mobile phone operating systems, there are three names that remain significant: Apple, Google and Microsoft. These are the three big players in terms of mobile technology. In this particular article, we will take a look at the three latest operating systems: iOS 10, Android Nougat and Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update.
iPhones are known to have clear images, thanks to its camera but with the latest iOS update, management of the photos have been improved. Photos is now capable of grouping faces and creating a slideshow, a feature that Google Photos already offer.
As for the assistant software, with Apple being the pioneer, Siri can now be used with third-party apps, making it possible for users to use non-exclusive Apple apps. In terms of messaging, the iOS 10 comes with improvements. Now, message threads can include animations and icons as well as send handwritten messages for a personal touch.
While the interface is somewhat similar to iOS 9 with the latest update presenting an improved 3D Touch feature. This will allow the user to access important functions without opening the apps but instead, widgets will be available.
Android still remains to be the most popular OS because of the number of Android phone users worldwide and Google made sure that it does not make it easy for its rivals. The Android Nougat 7.0 or Android N is the latest OS update for Android phones. Launched last August 22, this OS boasts of better features than its predecessor, Marshmallow 6.0. It comes with a multi-window mode as well as split-screen multi-tasking features for improved user experience.
In the first mode, the user can use two different apps simultaneously. Another significant addition is “Android Instant Apps” in which the user can use an app without having . . . . . . to install it and afterwards, it can be discarded. Moreover, there is the “Doze” on-the-go feature that is useful in saving battery life, quick settings menu and new notifications. These are features not enjoyed in iOS.