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It should be the common notion that a developer’s apps work improved on the developer’s operative system. In the case of Google, you should think that Google’s apps have improved functioning on Android devices. The truth is that Google does not care so much about where the application is installed, but rather they choose the number of functions and advertisements, and the user is visible too in a certain era of time.
The regulation of thumb is that no matter what, a developer will aspire to use its apps. Google objects for Gmail account, Maps, and each Google app to be used on iOS as much as they are used on Android systems. But again, it is also known that most Google apps do work better on Android when it comes to restrictions in settings and preferences obtainable for customization.
One of the most evident benefits that Google and Gmail have over iOS apps is the accessibility of content through applications and the arrangement of files. Android is a very permissive operative system where the user may open a file from any location and select the option to “share” it through a series of apps and functions. Among these functions, we can find Gmail, which will open the Gmail app and proceed to attach the file to an email message. The same action is not imaginable on iOS. On an Apple device, one can only share files through the photo gallery.
Gmail also has a much wider acceptance when it comes to attaching files to an email, or sending files for that matter. Gmail has a direct link with Google Drive, which users can utilize to upload large files and send them over the internet through an email containing a special link. Other cloud services can implement this same function, so it is nothing to be surprised about; the difference is that Google implements it on Gmail as a default option, which gives more ease of access.
The other Google app besides Gmail that works inversely on iOS is Google Maps. Google Maps is one of the most important Google services available, as it puts businesses on the map, and it allows users to locate streets, restaurants, gas stations, and many more places. It eradicates the need to ask for guidelines or buying a map that we might only use one time.
On Android devices, there’s the “Your Timeline” feature. It allows users to save track of every place you go on Google Maps. This feature, as of now, is nowhere to be seen on iOS. Also, Android users can create their own maps for private use. There’s also the option to set specific names to places and locations, which can only be seen by the user who sets the name.
Even if you can download most Google services on iOS, the truth will be that developers will almost always work better on the developer’s operative system. This is true for Google, but the same cannot be said of Microsoft.
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