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    Posted March 30, 2014 by
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    A report shows that Android is more stable than iOS

     
    There are many myths in the field of smart phones, one of them is that the operating system iOS has more stability than Android . Nothing is further from reality, a recent report reveals that the operating system has little green robot stability twice that of Apple.

    When talking about mobile operating systems, one of the most crucial factors to value the stability of the system is clearly not the same run a simple notes application for a next-generation game, but in an operating system produced more crashes and closures of unwanted applications than others. This is precisely what details and quantifies the recent report that studies the behavior of Android and IOS terminals whopping 1.000 million users monthly time intervals, it is a study by Crittercism.

    According to the results, iOS loses to register as many "app crashes" the Apple system in version 7.1 has an index falls 1.6%, which increased to 1.7% in July and comes to iOS reach 2.6% in iOS 6. Are the figures for Android ? Outstanding only suspended Gingerbread, due to its apparent age, with 1.7%. The operating system of the little green robot in its versions reaches Kit Kat, Jelly Bean and Ice Cream Sandwich a more than satisfactory amount, 0.7%.

    A revealing data, to keep in mind by users when choosing a mobile operating system.

    About Auth: Deepak Gupta is Technical Geek, written many guides, and current working on : http://androidcure.com/

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