Every day, miraculous technologies are seen in the Information Technology (IT) industry around the globe. The way the international electronic market is flourishing is amazing and highly beneficial for the community. On one hand, technology is getting faster and more efficient with the passage of time. On the other hand, it is also becoming even more compact than ever before, providing consumers an opportunity to avail the desired communication services while enjoying the amazing portability of various gadgets.
Android and iOS applications cannot be neglected either while talking about the major IT milestones, that the world has achieved so far. In fact, VentureBeats has recently pointed out an interesting Infographic created by Lookout that covers the history of both iOS and Android over the last 5 years, and some impressive stats about applications.
The rising trend of portable devices during the last decade has opened new doors of opportunity for the communication industry as well. Seeing the increasing demand, the world saw more advanced and quite unique technology in the shape of smartphones. Now again, a revolution is being seen with the invention and introduction of Android and iOS technology, which is on its way in changing the entire scenario of the IT industry.
Of course, there are certain big fishes that are pioneers of most of the revolutionizing technologies and have been setting new trends every day. Giant Google’s Android and great Apple’s iOS are some of these trends that are being followed by the world. On the mobile platform, both are the most widely utilized software applications for smartphones, providing you with a dynamic graphical user interface. If we consider world’s largest consumer electronic market i.e. U.S consumer market, it is revealed that more than 50% of the mobile consumers own smartphones, so a fierce competition is being seen among Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. However, both will remain to be the smartphone super powers in terms of usage rate and higher consumer demand.
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