Android vs iOS

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Which smart phone platform do you find or do you guess is easier to support?

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There are a couple of things to consider.

  1. Would you be supporting this in a corporate environment?
  2. How familiar are you with either already?

In my experience, they are very similar in the sense that neither has changed much since inception. Granted, icon’s change and apps are added but overall, the root filesystems of each are pretty cut and dry. I would suggest visiting The Android Development Center and the Apple IOS Development Center. From either of these, you can download (for free) the lateset operating systems in a development environment. This includes simulators etc…

That way, you can navigate and poke around a bit.

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Paul
Netlock Systems

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  • Kevin Beaver
    Android's version fragmentation is a frustrating reality but Apple is not necessarily known for their enterprise integration and scalability. I'd recommend looking at a higher-level MDM system such as AirWatch or MaaS360 that can control all types of mobile devices. That's where the real value of mobile security controls will come into play.
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