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Both have their advantages and drawbacks and both are better than the other in some applications.
It is more difficult for people to pirate iOS apps, making it less harmful for developers.
They are not directly comparable because iOS is made specifically for Apple products, and Android is an open source OS for anyone to use.
Android is more open, giving developers access to almost any capability of the devices, allowing for more innovative applications.
It's more user-friendly. Nearly everything that is possible with IOS is given to you.
No because IOS is too exclusive (apple only) and makes life difficult for apple users trying to interact with android users and vise versa.
iOS updates are immediately available to eligible devices. Because Android is so widespread, some smartphones take years to have their build updated, if they ever do. Additionally, when they do get updated bloatware is not uncommon.
iOS is, in general, more reliable and optimised for a smaller set of devices.