Android N vs iOS 9 comparison

Android N vs iOS 9 comparison

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Android N won’t be out for ages, but it’s already really impressive. / © ANDROIDPIT
Android N vs iOS 9: release dateAndroid N is currently available as a Developer Preview, which was made available on 17 March. It’s a long way from a finished system and only contains a few new bits; the final version is due in the Fall.
iOS 9 has been around since 2015, with the third version (iOS 9.3) made available to all compatible devices in March 2016.
Both Apple and Android offer beta programs that enable you to test the next versions of their software before they are officially released, although they warn that you shouldn’t use betas on any devices you depend upon: by their very nature betas are unstable and buggy.
Guess what sweet-themed name we think Google’s chosen for Android N. / © ANDROIDPIT
Android N vs iOS 9: interface
Android N is likely to undergo a lot of interface changes between now and Fall, but we’re already seeing some key differences between it and Android Marshmallow. The notifications area has been completely redesigned and now enables you to respond to messages from within notifications, and there’s a new multi-window mode, which didn’t quite make the cut for Android M. Google also says it’s been working on Project Svelte to make Android feel smooth on older devices, but details of that haven’t been announced yet.
The last major redesign of iOS was years ago, with the controversial iOS 7. It’s not quite as garish as iOS 7 was and the new 3D touch adds extra functionality to (some) app icons, but there are still some shockingly bad interface elements such as the horrible,

Article originally published at: Droid Life