Chromecast has hit iOS as Google released an app that helps you set up your Chromecast from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
The idea behind the study was to see which mobile operating systems and which manufacturers people preferred, while appreciating their former device OEM and OS. As it turns out, iOS is a clear winner for loyalty across the board, but that figure can be a bit skewed.
Google’s Play Store has exceeded the Apple App Store in app downloads by 10% in Q2 2013, but Apple still leads the way when it comes to generating revenue.
Transit, a popular and trusted public transportation app for iOS, has made its way to Android. It has public transportation routes for over 40 major cities.
Open Signal has just released their Android Fragmentation Visualized report, at it has some interesting statistics. The info provided by Open Signal shows eight different Android iterations in use, whereas Apple has three iOS variants.
The Nexus 7 (2013) was just recently announced, and one of its biggest competitors from last year is the iPad Mini. Is Apple’s 7.9-inch tablet any better than this year’s Nexus 7? Find out in our “by the numbers” comparison!
Flurry Analytics has published some new research, which suggests that although smartphone users might not like advertisements, they hate paying for apps even more.
VisionMobile’s recent Developer Economics survey has found that the app revenue gap between Android and iOS is shrinking, and Windows isn’t doing too bad either.
MEGA, the security- and encryption- focused creation of infamous internet millionaire Kim Dotcom, is taking a step towards legitimacy with the launch of an official application for Android.
New figures show that Android is on the road to total dominance in the smartphone market. But once it reaches the top, then what? Will it thrive or decline? Could supremacy led to stagnation and its demise?