Android vs iOS vs Windows Phone : Which is the best Mobile Platform?


iPhone, Android and Windows Phone are the best three among the platforms used in smartphones. In fact there is a large competition going among these platforms. Read this article to know the advantages and disadvantages of each OS.

iPhone, Android or Windows Phone
Apple iPhone 5 has recently been a great launch. After the release of iPhone 5, a plenty of changes has been occurred in the Android platform and their is also been a rise in the Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 operating system too. As mentioned earlier, it has become more difficult for choosing the right smartphone. But when you get the idea about the User Interface behind each of these great platforms, the above job will seem definitely an easy work. So let us start digging deep to know more about the features of iPhone, Android and Windows Phone.

Which Operating System is the Best?


Once you peek into the above mentioned three platforms, they will have a lot to offer. Each individual will be depended on a particular platform which provides him what he wanted.

  • iOS: This is a huge platform which provides a well integrated ecosystem and being designed with an interesting User Interface. But this platform is being restricted from the accessing of free resource contents.

    In the field of OS updates, iPhone are the better platform compared to that of Android and Windows Phone. iPhone receives updates of the same OS on the same time. Apart from that, iPhone also have the advantage in receiving the OS updates in multiple devices. For example; iOS 6 software upgrade will be available for iPhone 5 and some of its earlier versions like iPhone 4S and iPhone 4.

  • iPhone, Android or Windows Phone
  • Android: This platform provides a larger customizable options than the iPhone. Android platforms also provides a pretty good User Interface. But compared to iOS, it is not that easy to use the Interface.

    While choosing this platform, you must keep an eye on the OS versions. As only the latest OS are the more stable, like Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Another thing that you have to think about is the updates option for the Android platforms. The latest Higher-end phones like the LG Nexus 4 are the one that receives the software updates first.

  • Windows Phone 8: Another great platforms that offers plenty of features and makes your phone a high-end one. As each platform has its own black side, this platform may not seem flexible for the power users.

    Windows Phone 8 is the most stable UI for the windows Phone users. It is recommended to skip through the older versions, which are: Windows Phone 7, Windows Phone 7.5 etc, as from now on only the Windows Phone 8 will receive any meaningful OS updates.



  • Which are the Best Smartphones to Buy?


    Now it is time for looking for the best Smartphone in each of the platforms; Androide, iPhone and Windows Phone 8.

  • Best iPhone: As of now iPhone 5 is the best among the entire list of iPhones.

  • Best Android Devices: Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC One X Plus, LG Nexus 4, Samsung Note 2

  • Best Windows Phone 8 Devices: Nokia Lumia 920, HTC Windows Phone 8X


  • Conclusion


    These are the few extra comparison between the major platforms; Android, iPhone and Windows Phone 8. Now the decision to pick a platform is up to you. Pick one among the platform that really brings you what you want in your smartphone.


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