iOS 10 Vs. Android 7 Nougat: See How Each OS Stacks Up Against The Other, Galaxy 7 Vs. iPhone 7 Comparison

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#iOS10 #AndroidN iOS 10 Vs. Android 7 Nougat: See How Each OS Stacks Up Against The Other, Galaxy 7 Vs. iPhone 7 Comparison : iPhones and Androids seem to be locked in a never-ending battle of “anything you can do, I can do better.” Though Android is several years behind Apple in actual age, both companies’ operating systems (iOS 10 and Android Nougat) for mobile are relatively similar. However, Android has a reputation for allowing more flexibility inside its OS, while Apple is your best bet if you want a phone that’s reliable and secure. With that in mind, here’s how Android Nougat and Apple’s iOS 10 compare to one another.

Multi-tasking

As Business Insider will tell you, Android 7 (or Android N) lets you switch between your two most recent apps by double-tapping the recent apps button. Apple introduced multi-tasking to its iPad Pro models this year, but iPad Pros on iOS 10 aren’t necessarily as powerful at multitasking as their Droid counterparts. If you want shortcuts galore, Android N’s power flexibility is the way to go.

Notifications

The Verge mentions that notifications also gain more power thanks to Android Nougat. When you get a message of any kind, you’ll now be able to pull down on the bubble to write back without having to enter an app. Again, it’s Android’s openness and flexibility that allows for this. iOS 10 shows no signs of allowing users to quick reply without having to first open an app. Sorry, Siri.