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Android Vs iOS, Development Complexity and Approval Time
Android Vs iOS Development, Development Complexity and Approval time
We all know that Android & iOS are different mobile operating platforms. An operating system (OS) is an application that runs as an interface between the hardware and the software. Same as desktop application/software, a mobile app also needs a platform to operate. Android and iOS are the major mobile operating systems in the market.
According to Statista data, As of 2018, Android has over 75% of the mobile market share as compared to the 23% sharing of iOS. This clearly shows that the number of Android users is almost doubled that of iOS users.
In terms of revenue, there are multiple factors that decide or determine the mobile app revenue generation. The platform is a key factor where you’re building your app on Android or iOS. Android’s largest market share lacked in generating revenues in comparison to iOS. with a small market share iOS over Andriod for revenues. Market share doesn’t relate to revenue in this case.
In terms of complexity in development, Android lack behind the Ios cause of its fragmentation, Android developers must remember they multiple device users across the world, Apple has limited numbers of devices so it is easy to manage the complexities in the app development for its platform.
In ios, the development will be done faster & easier because you don’t need to build the app for multiple devices operating on the platform like an android. Android has multiple numbers of smartphones and tablets on its platform with various screen sizes and aspect ratios. It means your app should be responsible for all of them.
Development Cost and Time
Due to high fragmentation, it’s gonna cost more effort and time to develop the Android app as compared to the iOS app development. The cost of Android app development depends on the number of target devices, development platforms, tools, etc. On average, it requires 30-40% more effort than iOS app development to build the perfect app that caters to all mobile devices. Even in terms of testing android requires testing on multiple devices whereas Ios requires one or two devices.
Android uses a dedicated tool called an android studio for its integrated development using Java as a programming language. And it is the most commonly used in app development.
Ios uses X code as its development tool using swift as a programming language.
For publishing, the app on the Apple Store is time-consuming and hard procedures, it will test your app for every possible bug and validation before approving it to publish on the platform. Ios consumes a long time and also higher costs than what you have to pay for publishing on Play Store.
Publishing an app on the Google play store is quite easy and fast as compared to the iOS. The apps will be approved within hours and you can update the apps easily on the play store
The Android and iOS platforms both present a venue for mobile app development, but they have very distinguished functionalities on their own. Sometimes, you make a precise distinction between the two. However, there are also areas where the competition is high so you’ll have to rely on your judgment and preference when choosing the appropriate platform to develop your ware.
Which is better?
Android would be my favorite in terms of flexibility with any hardware, more permissive rules for membership and approval time and the process of apps, and affordable publishing feeses. On the other hand, iOS shows better measure in terms of unity in the size of the screen and resolution of devices for which the apps are intended, a more streamlined interface, the shorter time frame of development, and cost and revenue model.
It’s a draw between Android and iOS when you consider market demographics, IDE features, the variety of programming languages practiced.
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