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Google vs Apple battle was recently upgraded after the release of the Apple’s latest iOS 6 update. Although, it didn’t make much difference because Apple still couldn’t match with Google’s new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. There are several facts to prove to you how Jelly Bean beats iOS 6. And this small comparison of features will explain few differences between Android Jelly Bean and Apple iOS 6.
This is one of the latest features that was debuted to the Android world with Jelly Bean update. Even though Apple’s Siri was introduced years earlier, it still couldn’t beat the new Google Now Voice Search on Jelly Bean. Even the Wired website rated the Google’s Voice Search better than Apple’s Siri. According to latest analytics, Google Now Voice Search performs much more precisely than Apple Siri. Including the quick access to Google search, more personalized search results and many more. With the upcoming updates it will only get better and better.
Apple’s latest Maps system left a huge scar on the new iOS 6 update, for its’ lack of support, detailing, bugs and errors. Within days of updating to the iOS 6, most of the Apple users started looking for methods to install Google Maps on their iPhone. 3D mapping, offline Maps, transit, walking directions just make Google Maps way better than any other mobile maps system. I think I don’t need to point out any more facts to prove that Apple Maps totally sucks.
I agree that Safari has a stunning design and a huge history compared to Google Chrome. But when it comes to performance and memory efficiency Google Chrome performs greater than Safari, along with the ability to sync across multiple devices. Also not to mention the constant updates and support for the Google Chrome.
Despite the social integration, Apple Notifications Center is still the same old place you find your missed alerts. But Google’s Android Notifications brings a rich support for apps, photos, Bluetooth and many more in one place. CNet mentions new notifications features as “an Android advantage that iOS has mostly matched”.
While Apple iOS 6 brings you the ability to share only photos between Apple devices, Android Beam allows you to share both photos and videos via NFC. It also allows you to transfer multiple files by just tapping two devices. Overall, Apple’s new Shared Photo Stream feature is great to share photos, but its better if it had the ability to share video clips as well like Android Beam.
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