Android and iOS 8 will forever be competing to gain top rank in the market, as long as Apple keep making devices and Google keep updating Android there will always be competition.
Is Lollipop 5.0 really better than iOS 8? Here’s a few reasons as to why we think it could possibly be.
Lollipop 5.0 is completely open, the user of the device can make it much better – or much worse – making it compatible for their own use. The user can change almost all display settings, meaning their phone can be as ‘pretty’ or ‘cool’ as they want.
This technology runs on almost every single Android-running smartphone, Samsung, LG, Motorola and HTC. It’s super colourful, filled with plenty of animations with better graphics.
There is easier, more advanced, multi-tasking technology. With Apple applications draining battery life constantly whilst users are not using them, Android have made Lollipop 5.0 so that apps that are not being used go idle, without having to close them down completely, saving battery life.
Built-in multi user technology is probably the most up-to-date and greatest thing about Lollipop 5.0, allowing you to have different user profiles on the device, as many custom profiles as you want, for you, family and even friends. Cool, huh?
Wearables have been out for almost half a year now, meaning that yes, Lollipop 5.0 will run on wearables too and yes, Android devices will be able to connect to these. Apple may have wearables, but no Apple wearable can connect to their devices as of yet.