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Features iOS 6 Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Windows Phone 8

 

Supported devices Last 3-4 iterations of iPhone, iPod touch, iPad & iPad Mini Vast variety of devices Considerable variety of devices
Multitasking Yes Yes (true multitasking) Yes
Widgets Notification Center Widgets, native only Native (home screen, notification drawer) & third-party No (has Live Apps)
Messaging Seamless instant messaging through iMessage Message threads with profile pictures and contact cards, IM through GTalk Rooms (group messaging) in People hub, Facebook chat integration in the Messaging hub
Call Management Do Not Disturb, Remind Me Later, quick reply with text Quick reply with text None
VoIP No Third-party integration in dialer, through Google Talk & Google Voice Seamless Skype and third-party VoIP integration
Video Calling FaceTime over WiFi/3G Google Talk over WiFi/3G Skype over WiFi/3G
Contacts Facebook & Twitter integration Integration with third-party social media apps Combined feed of all linked social networks for each contact
Voice Control Siri Google Now Tellme
Dictation Yes Yes, offline & real-time Yes
Text Input Split keyboard in iPad Predictive keyboard with gesture input Predictive Word Flow keyboard
Lock Screen features Notifications, Camera shortcut, slideshow on iPad Shortcuts for Camera & Google Now, Face Unlock, Pattern Unlock Notifications, Live Apps info and updates, slideshow
Search Spotlight (unified, web and system-wide search) Google Now (unified, web and system-wide search) Bing integration with hardware button (web only)
Social Network Integration Facebook, Twitter No native integration (universal integration for all installed social media apps) Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn
Management Suite iTunes with WiFi sync Client-less access to storage, third-party and OEM applications Windows 8 client for WP8, iTunes (with Connector app), WiFi sync
Photography Panorama mode Photo Spheres, Panorama mode Lenses, image stabilization in the Lumia series
Photo Editing Auto-enhance, red-eye removal, crop and rotation FX, filters, crop, auto-enhance, red-eye removal Auto-enhance, crop & rotate
Browser Mobile Safari Default ‘Browser’ on phones, Chrome on Nexus 7 Internet Explorer 10
Notes Notes app None, OEM apps MS Office, OneNote
Maps & Navigation Apple Maps (3D vector maps, turn-by-turn voice guided navigation) Google Maps (offline, indoor maps, 3D buildings, Street View, turn-by-turn voice guided navigation) Nokia Maps (offline, Nokia Drive)
NFC Support No Wallet, NFC Beam (Content Sharing) Wallet & content sharing
Mobile Payment or Ticketing System Passbook Google Wallet Wallet
Bluetooth File Transfer No Yes Yes
Cloud Sync & Backup iCloud Google Sync SkyDrive
OTA updates Yes Yes Yes
Social Hub For Gaming Game Center None, OEM apps Xbox Live
Notifications Pull-down (Notification Center), lock screen notifications, banners and alerts Pull-down (Notification Drawer), status bar alerts, expandable & interactive notifications Toast & lock screen notifications
Notification Management App-by-app & Do Not Disturb App-by-app From within apps only
Music Service iTunes Google Music (with direct streaming) Xbox Music (with direct streaming)
Home & Lock Screen Replacement Apps No Yes No
Accessibility Host of basic and advanced options to help with visual, auditory and motor impairments TalkBack (narration), text size control, activity logging Text size control, High Contrast mode & Screen Magnifier
Anti-theft solution Yes No Yes
Native Screenshot Support Yes Yes Yes
Folders Yes Yes No
Live wallpapers No Yes, interactive No
Developer Options No Yes No
Integration with desktop platforms With Mac OS X None With Windows 8 and Xbox

 

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