Android 6.0 vs. iOS 9: More Alike Than Ever



Google’s new Android 6.0 Marshmallow takes some of the best of its arch rival iOS, while Apple’s latest takes the best of Android. WSJ’s Joanna Stern attempts to broker peace between the two sides. Photo/video: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal.
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20 Replies to “Android 6.0 vs. iOS 9: More Alike Than Ever”

  1. 23 is NOT 48

    I like both 🙂 I love iOS for the sake of my 5th gen iPod, but at the same time I also love my android phone and would choose android over iOS phone wise anyday.

  2. Arun Bissoon

    Ha! Apple is NOTHING better than Android. Security and Speed? Oh please! That is just another way of saying Android. Apple is the classic definition of lag. AND the biggest problem of all it just isn't as customisable as Android. Android is FAR more accurate.

  3. lxivus xx

    This is what I call utter shit. iOS is more secure than android? This isn't fucking windows where you get a virus most of the time you download. If you are a normal user, (no root, no apk, no custom rom) then you are 100% secure.
    and even if you get bunch of apk from chrome or other sources, most of the time it's legit. Hell, even if you get a virus you can boot into safe mode and delete it. Maybe you guys should research before spouting random shit out of your mouth.

  4. 時vxngevnce

    Imagine Apple and Android team up and make a phone together THAT WOULD BE THE BEST PHONE OF ALL TIME IT WOULD HAVE THE SPEED AND SECURITY OF iOS AND THE CUSTOMIZABILITY OF ANDROID THAT OMG MIND BLOWN

  5. Mathew Gawenda

    One thing I got anoyyed at is that siris voice is used for both Android and Apple.
    Also Android have been given users the option to open and app through a favourite/most used list

  6. Omar Morales Luna

    If you have Nexus device however it essentially eliminates any cons against android. you get speedy updates and a google ecosystem with no bloat.
    I'm getting the Nexus 6P next month. the Android version of iPhone with all of android's power.
    The war has been over for about 2 years now, Android has won. But even though it has won, she still has a point, its a matter of personal preference (but again, Android wins).

  7. Michael Fuckface

    Question. Who the eff has ever used an iPhone or an android device for more than 2 years, anways ? if you're still using an iPhone 4s right now I seriously feel sorry for you. updates really shouldn't be an issue if you have a flagship device.

  8. Drummafalyfe

    but here's the deal with both android and ios, there older phones will lag most likely even after an update (samsung) lol that's why i stick with my nexus 6 and might get an iphone 6s plus, I like pure android, ios isn't the best for me but I do like it

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