With all of Apple’s high profile announcements about their many different iPhones, it can be easy to forget that Android is actually the better operating system. Allowing for more customization, more apps, and removable storage, there’s no doubting that Android has got Apple’s OS beat. WatchMojo teams up with tech-spert Marc Saltzman to list you 10 ways that Android is better than iOS.
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Why can’t you access Oreo more easily? Unfortunately, new updates can take a long time to reach significant numbers of Android users. For example, at the time this was written, Android 7.0 Nougat, which launched last year has only been installed on around 13.5 percent of Android devices worldwide. Its predecessor, 6.0 Marshmallow, has reached 32 percent of Android users.
Android 8.0 Oreo is here—and by “here,” we mean it’s rolling out only to Google-produced devices, phones that run the stock, unmodified version of Android. Essentially, only those who own Google Pixel phones, the recent Google Nexus phones, and a couple of tablets can access it easily.
That’s because manufacturers like Samsung, LG, Sony, Huawei, HTC, and others all add their own tweaks and extras to the stock operating system before making it available on their phones. Before updating to the latest version of Android, they want to put their own stamp on it. Incidentally, that’s one of the reasons why Google has unbundled so many of its apps and features from the Android operating system. You can update everything from Gmail to the Google Play Store independently of the Android operating system, so Google is able to push the latest versions of its apps out even if the OS lags behind.
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