Reporting from Phonearena, Android and iOS are so many different levels, Android L runs on Nexus 5 and Apple iOS 8 running on an iPhone 5s.
For Android lock screen changed significantly in the L-glance view. Right in the middle of the screen, there is a lock screen notification pressed twice when no notice. While the iOS 8 device’s screen lights up for a few seconds when there is a notification. Users can read and reply to emails or shift to mark it as read, and both of these solutions work well.
Android L vs iOS 8
In addition, Android L has one thing that is not owned iOS, which is a shortcut to the phone application. Android home screen in L as KitKat for application shortcuts, folders, widgets and app drawer. While iOS 8, the home screen has not changed either and as minimalist to navigate.
iOS 8 limited personalization features, but Android L will appeal to personalize the device. Android L to redesign the menu control quickly, positioned on the pull down. iOS Control Center no less admirable, can be accessed from any screen, making it easier for screen brightness settings, transfer on / off WiFi, control music playback, and more.
Android redesigned L on the keyboard, so the stand-alone applications, quickly and accurately, while Apple’s iOS 8 adds intelligent word prediction for the keyboard.
From the side of the camera, the Google Android L Camera uses as the default camera app, including lens blur, photo saphere, HDR and panorama app that can be downloaded from the Play Store. At iOS 8 camera app also has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Android L and iOS 8 are both released this fall and expected to be useful for users with all the features and improvements made. Whatever the advantages and disadvantages of both of them must have had a reason to choose one of these two platforms.