What is Android?
A simple question with a simple answer. Android is an operating system used by multiple companies/phone lines like Samsung, HTC, one plus, Google, LG … this operating system is also one of the two leading operating systems in the market. The other being IOS, which is another operating system that has only one phone in its product line, the iPhone.
Android is known for its massive amounts of choices on how you want to format your phone, so a lot of customization. You might realize that not every Android phone has the same look to it. You might even think that it isn’t even the same operating system! To explain this, their phone product lines can change and add features to the Android operating system. An example would be Samsung adding Bixby instead of keeping google assistant. They also decided to make their apps look different than the original android look. But Don’t be fooled it’s all androids operating system at work.
If you stumbled across this article, because your a current IOS user. So you might want to know a little bit more about Android before deciding you want to switch to it. Most Android phones support IOS users in transferring all their information from their iCloud account/iPhone to there Android phone. The setup with Android is pretty straightforward and similar to the IOS setup so you won’t have a problem. It might take a week or two to adjust to the operating system, but once you do it’ll be worth it.
Android phones also tend to have more features and better specifications than IOS phones so switching to Android could be beneficial. In a poll, 86.2% of the people love Android vs. the 12.9% who decide to go to IOS. This shows how people over time have grown to see that Android is a better operating system, because of its abundant customization and better quality applications.
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