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Google Android Pie vs Apple iOS 12: Guess Who's Winning Now

One of the most anticipated smartphone cases in the year – 2018 iPhones and Google Pixel 3 – will be much more than just phones. It will be the root of the competition between Apple's IOS 12 software and Google's Android Pie .

Although Apple and Google are located about 9 miles apart in the heart of Silicon Valley, they have philosophies are worlds apart.

Google's Android OS is about transparency (but it can lead to fragmentation), while Apple's iOS is about getting a tight system to work well (but many services only work within Apple's relatively small device's ecosystem).

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Google has made Android 9.0 Pie official – it's out of beta and works with existing phones while iOS 12 is still in beta. That means we can evaluate their current features side by side, but with the understanding that Apple and Google are likely to save some surprises for the actual launch of their rumors. This is not a final evaluation of any stretch.

We expect that the first iOS 12 iPhones shipments will be released in September, and Google Pixel 3 will start as early as 9th October.

Advantage Advantage ]: iOS 12

iPhone X was not the first phone to track either hack or sweep movements, but it was the first to popularize both. (The Essential Phone was the first with a notch, and Palm Pre in 2009 introduced movements with WebOS.)

Now Google has officially taken hack and navigation gestures on Android Pie, although Android phonemakers have already settled with his own experiments. Google's official support is a good indication that Android phones that use both notches and movements continue to surface.

Android Pie is not fully gestural, though – it still relies on the back button – which makes the experience less fully formed than it is on iPhone X. Since Android phonemakers like to leave their own brand, movements and chunks will Have less uniformity on Android than on future iPhones. Case in point: Android Pie supports a central notch, a corner header and a notch on both top and bottom screens – you know, just in case. Some phones can not use notches or movements.

Voice Assistant: Google Assistant vs. Siri

Advantage : Android Pie

Siri upgrades in iOS 12 focus on making your iPhone predict what you want before you search it out. A new app called Shortcuts lets you set up profiles that go through a step by step routine when you say specific keywords. For example, "Headed home" can write your spouse text, play your favorite radio station and start navigating to today's smallest traffic route.

While Siri Shortcuts scootches Apple's devices closer to Google Assistant, who also supports routines (that makes Amazon Alexa), Apple has still not done anything to close the gaping gap between Google Assistant and Siri.

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Siri pulled back already. The quality of the information and the way it is presented pays relative to Google Assistant. But after Google's I / O Developer Conference in May, Siri barely associates. Google has developed six new voices for Google Assistant. It can handle a variety of questions or a grouped command, and teaches youth manners .

Google also works with ways to make Assistant Sound human enough to maintain a short conversation with other people while making a reservation or appointment on your behalf.

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Messages: iMessage versus … er?

Advantage : iOS 12

Apple's iMessage app is getting better and better. In one corner we have Animoji. Memoji (Animoji you make of your own face). Peer-to-peer payments. FaceTime video calls you start from the app, Wi-Fi texting with other iMessage users, SMS cross-platform SMS between iPad, Mac and Mac.

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And in the second corner it is …. exactly what? Google Hangouts is extremely limited and underdeveloped. The SMS Messaging Android Messages is just phone and does not have an app or website for your computer (ie it's not a cross-platform). Google Duo makes great video calls for your phone, but does not open on your desktop or in Google's other messaging apps, such as Hangouts or Messages.

Playing in the same AR app with friends

Benefit : Android Pie

iOS 12 gets a very cool multiplayer feature that lets you and your other friends with iOS 12 interact in the same AR environment at the same time . Imagine building something out of Lego, or playing virtual ping pong.

Google continues, giving Android and iPhone users the opportunity to play together no matter what OS you have. Cloud Anchors, as it is called, is not linked to Android Pie, but phones that run Pie will also be useful.

Face Lock: Secure vs. Convenient

Advantage : iOS 12

Android Version of Face Unlock is known to be convenient, but not as sure as a fingerprint. Secure Face Detection via Face ID is Apple's World, and iPhone X was the first phone to use a 3D forward facing camera.

The Iris unlock that exists in Samsung's phones like the Galaxy S9 is considered safe, but also exclusive to Samsung phones (iris scanning on Microsoft's Lumia 950 takes Samsung's version). Similarly, Oppo Find X has a 3D face-up camera like iPhone X, but it's Oppos enterprise, not Google.

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Map: Apple Maps vs. Google Maps

Advantage : Android Pie

The iPhone Maps application is functional for directions, but Google Maps goes far deeper, with layers of layers of information you can use if you want. Google is also thinking about ways to take maps in the future. In May, Google died how a virtual guide could walk you around an unknown city one day .

Managing Smartphone Dependencies

Advantage : To quickly tell

iOS 12 and Android Pie both additional features that help you sleep at bedtime by deemphasing the apps that could otherwise grab your attention. Both platforms also came up with features that let you handle how much time you spend on your device. We know more when we can test a finished iOS 12 with an Android Pie phone.


Screen time and do not interfere, come to iOS 12, shown here in public beta.

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IOS 12 gets :

  • Do not disturb, switch off most messages at bedtime.
  • Screentime gives you weekly reports about your use.
  • You can set usage restrictions for yourself and your children for any app.

Android Pie Get :

  • Wind Down mode will slow the phone to gray tones at bedtime.
  • A dashboard shows how often you use apps.
  • You can set app limits and programs gray out to remind you of your goals.
  • Turn the phone face down to trigger non-interference mode.

So, who wins?

iOS 12 is still unfinished, and both Apple and Google can pull a rabbit out of the hat when iPhone X Plus and Pixel 3 start. That means it's still too early to say something that's actually better – or even the one I prefer.

However, where Android Pie and iOS 12 are now, Google appears to have gained some of the most groundbreaking software we want: voice assistant and multiplayer AR that works with all phones.

I'm disappointed that Apple so far does not seem to fix Siri's biggest mistake and that the most interesting new feature, Memoji avatars, is currently limited to iPhone X. But I'm excited that Apple embraces multiplayer AR on its own way – maybe 2019 will be the year AR sticks. Apple continues to lead in terms of motion navigation and secure face lock.

Let's hope these two mobile tunes give us even more to talk about when their flagship phones start with iOS 12 and Pie on board.

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Originally published June 7th.
Update, August 27th : Added to latest developments.

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