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Android L vs iOS 8 comparison

Android-mobile-phone-L-Vs-IOS-8+1Apple and Google have both going to update their mobile operating system such as the iOS 8 and Android L will be released later this autumn. Google’s offering is Android L, while Apple’s is iOS 8. Here, is the comparison between Android L and iOS 8 reviews, to know more about the both important features.


The design of iOS 8 is mostly unchanged design as iOS 7, but the Google’s android introduced new material design which changed the somewhat in the look and also introduced the automatically generates touches of color based on the content being displayed and so on. The Android L replaced circles instead of squares, triangle and circle and also introduced new animations, so the overall look and feel of the operating system is smooth and responsive.


In Android L you can find the enhanced notifications, you can get this on lock screen and they’ll be automatically ordered in priority. If you want to open the app do the double tap or swipe them away to dismiss them.Lock-screen-notifications
Similarly, in iOS 8 also introduced some improvements in notifications such as you’ll be able to reply to text messages, accept calendar invitations, snooze reminders and Facebook statuses, if you want to know more about the particular do the swipe to go to the relevant app, but iOS 8 can’t swipe to dismiss them.

Lock screen:

Android L brings a new lockscreen, which allow you to see notifications, swipe up to unlock, swipe right to launch the dialler or swipe left to launch the camera, but iOS 8 lock screen is similar as the iOS 7.bc0ec7508af0ab414cfc39560f647240


Multi-tasking in iOS 7 was already pretty good, but Apple introduced some additional features when you click the home button to access the multi-tasking menu a swipable list along the top, to allow you to quickly and easily call and so on.
Android L does multi-tasking in a new level if you press the multi tasking button all the apps will appear in cards in a carousel.

These are the important features between Android L and iOS 8 comparison.


Android L versus Android 4.4 Kitkat

Many news swirls around the online regards Android L, now the smart mobile users thoughts full of how the Android L vary from the Kitkat on performance, features, interface, material design, apps basic. Let’s read this review to know more about it.

Android L versus Android 4.4 Kitkat in Design:

The Android L introduced new material design such as the multitasking and notification shade, when compared to the Kitkat you can get all the basic information such as the date, time, Wi-Fi, Airplane mode, notifications about the apps and more on the three layer of the Notification shade. Enjoy the smooth animation cards based multitasking in Android L. But Kitkat offers slide type of multitasking and few options on the notification shade.

Android L versus Android 4.4 Kitkat Lock screen:

Good pretty feature of the Android L is the Lock screen, which offers simple swipe up to unlock, left to launch the camera and right to open the dialer, you can also easily access the quick settings by single swiping down the notification shade, but in Kitkat you can’t get these notifications on screen.Lockscreen

Android L versus Android 4.4 Kitkat Home screen:

When compared to the Kitkat, in Android L you can find the different home screen buttons such as the triangle for back button, a circle for home button, and a square for multitasking button, but the Kitkat vary in this home screen.

Android L versus Android 4.4 Kitkat battery life, security and performance:

Android L offers amazing battery life due to the battery saver mode, while the battery saver mode on brightness of the mobile gets dim and reduction in the performance level, but it lacks in performance when compared to the Kitkat. The Android L offers location and proximity based levels of security.AndroidL_settings

These are the important difference android L having when compared to the Kitkat.