Kat explains: Android vs. iOS | What's the difference?

What’s the biggest difference when it comes to the two biggest mobile operating system? Is iOS really better than Android and is Android the absolute best? Let’s find out where this Andorid vs. iOS debate really comes from.
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41 Replies to “Kat explains: Android vs. iOS | What's the difference?”

  1. AJR, Showcase

    My two daughters have been iPhone users for the last 3-4 years and they like it. 1 is 15 the other is 19. They like it but can't really say why– although I suspect it's because most of their friends have it. For two that keep me from getting it is the ability to expand memory storage and the recent issue with battery issue that came up a year ago and the glass screen. It's not durable. LG has been my phone and durable for years. My daughter's have issue with a cracked phone every time– even with a case and a screen protector.

  2. Rae Red

    Hi so this is probably an old thread but I wanted to say I love your videos! Im on the galaxy s8 plus and im thinking of switching to the 8 plus.. is that a good idea? I've looked at tons of tech reviews and I like both iOS and Android but I'm confused on which one to get (if any one comments pls no hate! 🙂

  3. Raphael Jan Cañete Ferraris

    T9 Dialling and downloading. apple needs to put this in their ios. besides that i have never had a problem with android apps. my brother has an iphone and it does crash. i don't customize my phone. i guess when i feel like changing my fone.


    Android is here to stay, and will keep the mobile market, the biggest share. The Android OS is now very stable, especially while using 4GB or more. I have a BlackBerry Priv, 3GB, not the fastest CPU, Android 7… and is working fine.

  5. David Holmes

    They are both great phones!! Personal choice. The critics are a big part in the sales of smart phones. This is what Apple an android want a never ending battle that propels there business an keeps people engaged in consuming there products. It’s like an addiction ups and downs. The disappointments are a major part in the success of these companies who think of the future. Personally I think Apple got a lot under there sleeves! after all what’s the real rush??

  6. Anup Sharma

    After watching several videos i found
    Everyone complaining one thing about ios (lack of customization)
    It's not true
    once you get a jailbreak for your i devices ?
    The customization leve is beyond the reach of Android…

    Your hair looks so nice ?

  7. Ryan Lewis

    You actually don't know what you're talking about. Android is optimized very well. Where that optimization goes south, is when manufacturers do too much – like Samsung. Battery life? I went two days on my Pixel 2XL. I'm tired of people talking about customization. Yes, you can customize on Android. But, Android has more features, utility, and is more intuitive for everyday use on top of being customizable. The only correct thing you said was iOS will get apps before Android.

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