Iphone vs. Android
All over the world there is a battle going on; one which could see the entire future of the mobile market shift. Much like the rest of the world, people are making the decision between iPhone and Android, and the battle is far from over.
As the iPhone 4s was released, a number of Android handsets entered the market such as the Samsung Galaxy S3 or the HTC One X, and were basically overshadowed by the huge campaign run by Apple. But as time has worn on, the iPhone's sales have slumped, whilst sales of Android phones have continued to rise. This is due to a number of different factors. Firstly, the iPhone is one item. Its technology lasts for one iteration and then the next evolution comes out; whereas with Android, the numbers of handsets that use the software number in the range of twenty to thirty per generation. Because the release of a new iPhone means that the iPhone itself is obsolete within a few months, the constant output of Android devices means that they can always stay slightly ahead of the curve where new innovation is concerned.
Gaming is a big deal on both devices, and if you ask anyone, they will tell you that the gaming platform of choice is the Android. With hundreds of thousands of apps available and ready to download now, there is a massive range of mobile gaming apps available. To enable you to play whatever game you desire.
Because of the range of devices used by Android, it is difficult to make the software work perfectly on all systems. This can lead to vastly different service availability and even completely different system requirements. That's why sometimes it is important to clean recently used app data from your phone. Or transfer some Apps to memory card; this will make your mobile run faster for gaming.