A majority of common apps is free for Android users but iPhone users have to

A majority of common apps is free for android users

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function, but the layout of the app can vary. A majority of common apps is free for Android users, but iPhone users have to pay for them. An example is the texting app What’s App, which is free for Android, but Apple users have to pay a couple of dollars to download it. Android users have more freedom. Third party people can create and original app ad can distribute it without approval from Google. The app can be downloaded from a variety of distributors. On Android almost half of the apps are free while on Apple only one fourth is free. Apple has limited customization in their iOS, while Android allows customization to every single thing. Android users prefer Android because of this. They can customize everything from the ground up, using third party software. Another advantage that the Android user has over the iPhone is that users can manage everything inside the phone through the phone itself because the operating system allows it. The thing most Android users hate about the iPhone is that it is a
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“one-stop shop.” The iPhone iOS looks and features remain the same until Apple releases a new iOS. When they do release a new iOS, it contains minimum changes. Another thing that iPhone lacks is managing media. If a user wants to manage his music or photos, he has to plug his phone into a computer. Once on the computer the user must use Apple’s iTunes to handle everything.
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