Stable or not mean nothing for me. I like iPhone but also Sony Xperia is surprised me with its quality and user friendly interface. Android is more valuable to viruses but it is about your usage.
Cool, only problem is we are already on 6.0.1. (if you bought Nexus)
So this argument is void.
I have used 9.3 it's buggy. I use Android now and it's less buggy. Go figure.
Who cares about this? If i have ios good for me.. If i have Android good for me also.
AnonD-130610, 31 Mar 2016Cheap hardware?!!!... Samsung, HTC, Sony and even LG use hardware more expensive than Apple.No-no,what I meant was Android is a freedom software where in Asia you can buy a phone with nearly 40 dollars.
Think about the hardware spec,low specs will results more lag,crash or even hanged.
And again "Freedom" makes Android popular, "Quality" makes IOS branded.
Should have expected slightly smarter / intelligent report from GSMArena. IOS has least crashes because of the closed eco system. If you want to compare, please compare it with Nexus Phones with no launcher installed (only stock launcher, running stock apps) and no customization...
Have some thought before publishing for the sake of it.
If Touchwiz / Sense / Zen UI crashes - what has Android M got to do with it?
AnonD-510513, 31 Mar 2016It is androideal not 6.0.1 I am sorry I want to say it is android 6 not 6.0.1
I like the way iOS manages the RAM, Android should work on something like that, instead of lettin phonemakers indulge in 6gb'ism
Links on email, safari, messages, whatsapp etc. no longer work. Phone is basically useless. Stable my a$$
Unfortunately I can't click on any links in any apps (such as a Google search in Safari) without the app freezing for 20 seconds before crashing. Yay.
android guy, 31 Mar 2016IOS is about simplicity, that is why a lot of people like to use it. And that's the reason I dislike iOS and OS X personally, they are just too simplified for my taste. :)
iOS 9.3 is really smooth... One of the best update after iOS iOS 7.1. I haven't found any bugs or crashes so far.