5 Things Apple Should Copy From Android
Bangalore: Apple’s iOS holds the title of completely “closed” OS in the world, a differentiator which keeps it at the other end of ‘customization king,’ Android. But, off late, iOS users are demanding for atleast mild levels of customization support, an idea which is taunting Apple CEO Tim Cook from a long time. His recent announcement on making Apple more “open in the future” is giving users a sense of relaxation. With the Cupertino Tech giant’s annual conference just minutes away, let’s hope Cook’s idea will attain real shape this time.
There were many requests from iOS users over the years to which Apple never gave an ear. But the company could seriously think on providing the below listed features compiled by TechCrunch, which will make its OS more acceptable to a wide genre of tech lovers.
iOS users are still getting the good old keypad, which essentially resembles a shrunken keypad, an area where Android users enjoy the most privilege. With apps like SwiftKey that enables sentence prediction and Swype that enables gesture typing, Android is way too forward than its competitors.
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