Comparison of mobile operating systems

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This is a comparison of mobile operating systems.

Only the latest versions are shown in this table, even though old versions may still be marketed.

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Yes Tablet-only Beta Limited 3rd party No
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry OS Series 40 Mer Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Company Apple, Inc Open Handset Alliance/Google Open Web Device Compliance Review Board/Mozilla Microsoft BlackBerry Ltd. Nokia Linux Foundation Linux Foundation, Tizen Association, Samsung, Intel Sailfish Alliance, Jolla Canonical Ltd. and Ubuntu community contributors
Market share[1] 13.4% 81.3% N/A 4.1% 1.0% N/A <0.1% N/A N/A
Current version 7.1.2 4.4.4 1.2[2] 8.1 10.2.1 Developer Platform 2.0 1.2.0.10 2.2 1.0.7.16 Saapunki 1.0
Current version release dates April 22, 2014; 2 months ago (2014-04-22)[3] December 9, 2013; 6 months ago (2013-12-09)[4] December 9, 2013; 6 months ago (2013-12-09) April 14, 2014; 2 months ago (2014-04-14) January 28, 2014; 5 months ago (2014-01-28) Unknown July 12, 2012; 23 months ago (2012-07-12) November 9, 2013; 7 months ago (2013-11-09) June 9, 2014; 31 days ago (2014-06-09) March 13, 2014; 3 months ago (2014-03-13)
License Proprietary EULA except for open source components Free and open-source. Often bundled with proprietary apps[5][6] Free and open-source, mainly the MPL;[7] Apache[8] Proprietary Proprietary Proprietary Free and open-source Free and open-source except proprietary components Free and open-source except proprietary components Free and open-source, mainly the GPL, except proprietary components
OS family Darwin Linux Linux Windows CE 7 / Windows NT 8+[9] QNX (Unix-like) Proprietary OS Linux Linux Linux Linux
Supported CPU architecture ARM ARM, MIPS, x86 ARM, x86, x86_64 ARM ARM ? ARM, x86, MIPS, x86_64 ARM ARM, x86, x64 ARM and x86
Programmed in C, C++, Objective-C, Swift C, C++, Java HTML5, CSS, JavaScript,[10] C++ 7+: XNA (.NET C#), Silverlight, native C/C++ (only for vendors and partners[11])
8+:[12] XNA (.NET C#), VB.NET, Silverlight, native C/C++, WinRTP (XMLA), DirectX
C/ C++: Native SDK, C++/Qt: Cascades SDK, HTML5/Javascript/CSS: Webworks SDK, ActionScript: Adobe AIR, Java: Android runtime Java[13] C++ C++ C++, QML Web apps: HTML5 (+ Unity Web API)
Native: C, C++, QML
Public issues list No, But there is an unofficial tracker[14] Yes[15] Yes[16] Yes[17] Yes No Yes[18] Yes[19] Yes[20]
Package manager iTunes APK Firefox OS Packaged Apps[21] Zune Software (not since Windows 8) BlackBerry Link Nokia Suite rpm+yum+zypper RPM Package Manager RPM Package Manager Click packages and dpkg
Universal Apps (shared with tablet/PC) No Yes[22] No 8.1+[23] No No Yes[24] No No Yes[25]
Application groups 4+[26] Yes No Yes[27] Yes[28] ? Yes[29] ?
File manager 3rd party software[30] 3rd party software[31] 3rd party software 8.1+[32] 10+[33] 3rd party software[34] 3rd party software[35] 3rd party software[36] 3rd party software
Fine grained storage usage 5+[37] Yes[38] Yes 8 GDR3+[39] 10.2.1+ ? ? ?
Per-application network data usage auditing 3rd party software[40] 4+[41] Yes[42] 8 GDR2+ Data Sense[43] or Nokia Counters in 7.5+[44] No[45] No ? ?
Wireless system updates 5+[46] Yes Yes[47] 8+[48] Yes[49] Yes Yes No Yes
Multi-user No[50] 4.2+[51] No No No No No[52] No No Tablet-only
Guest mode 6+[53] No,[54] but possible with 3rd party ROM MIUI[55] No 8+[56] No No No No No Tablet-only
Wireless anti-tracking 8+[57] 3rd party software[58] No No No No No No
Modifiable-per-application Internet access No, 3rd party software[59] No,[60] 3rd party software[61] No No Yes[62] No No No
Modifiable-per-application identity access No No, 3rd party software like PDroid or XPrivacy No No No No No No
Modifiable-per-application user data access 6+[63] No,[64] App ops removed on 4.4.2,[65] but 3rd party software available like PDroid, XPrivacy or CyanogenMod Privacy Guard[66] Yes[67] No Yes[62] No No No
Modifiable-per-application background execution No No,[68] 3rd party apps available[69] Yes[67] Yes[70] 10.2.1+[71] No No No
Modifiable-per-application notifications 5+[72][73] 4.1+[74] Yes[67] 8.1+[75] 10+ No No No
Modifiable-per-application location access 4+[76] No,[64] 3rd party software like PDroid or XPrivacy Yes[67] No Yes[62] No No No
Modifiable-per-application camera access No No, 3rd party software like PDroid or XPrivacy Yes[67] No Yes[62] No No No
Modifiable-per-application microphone access 7+[77] No, 3rd party software like PDroid or XPrivacy Yes[67] No Yes[62] No No No
Modifiable-per-application shared files access No No Yes[67] No Yes[62] No No No
Parental controls Yes[78] 4.3+ or 3rd party software[79] No 8+[56] 7.1+[80] No ? ?
Remote device location tracking Yes[81] Yes[82] No Yes[83] Yes No ? ?
Remote device locking and/or data wipe Yes[81] 2.2+[84] No Yes[83] Yes No ? ?
Non-English languages support Yes[85][86][87] Limited[88] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Limited (Search is not diacritical mark-insensitive)
Underlining spell checker Yes[89] 2.3+[90][91] Yes Yes[92] Yes Yes ? No
Built-in system-wide dictionary 5+[93] Built into keyboard application. Available on every device.[94] Yes Yes[95] ? ? ? No
Autoexpanding text replacements 5+[96] Yes No Yes[95] Yes[97] No ? ?
Keyboard next word prediction 8+[98] No,[99] 3rd party software[100] No Yes[101] No No No No
Third party input methods No Yes[102] 1.2+[103] No No, only for Android apps through sideload of Android keyboard[104] ? Yes[105] ?
Gesture text input available on jailbroken devices[106] 4+[107] No 8.1+[108] ? ? ? ?
Emoji support Yes[109] 4.4+[110] No Yes[111] 10.2+[112] ? ? ?
Accessibility features Yes[113][114][115] Yes No Yes Yes[116] ? ? ?
Search multiple internal applications at once Yes Yes Yes 8.1+[117] Yes No ? Yes
Core applications missing search Bookmarks[118] Calendar[119] (available since 3+ and HTC Sense) ? Video[120] ? ? ? ?
Search all fields of internal objects 6+[121] Only search Contacts name field but not any other field[122] ? Contacts are searched by name, nick and company,[123] but not other fields like address or notes[124] Limited on most models[125] Search on notes body and contacts notes field was removed on OS6[126] ? ? Only searches contacts by name
Proxy server Yes 3.1+[127] but only global, not per connection[128] and only works for the browser[129] 3rd party apps available[130] ? Yes Yes Yes ? Yes
On-device encryption Yes[131] (3rd party software may attempt brute-force attacks on password[132]) 3+[133] ? 8+[134] Yes[135] (3rd party software may attempt brute force attacks on password[132] ? ? No
External storage encryption External storage not supported No,[136] 3rd party[137] ? 8.1+ Apps and data only[138] Yes[139] No ? No
Cloud encrypted storage No, data stored on iCloud is accessible by Apple[140] and shared with the American PRISM surveillance program.[141] No, data is accessible by Google[142] and shared with the American PRISM surveillance program.[141] ? No, data is accessible by Microsoft[143] and shared with the American PRISM surveillance program.[141] ? No ? ?
Privacy of synchronization[144] When synchronizing locally and not using iCloud (that keeps data unencrypted) Not possible since there is only Google synchronization (that keeps data unencrypted), possible with HTC Sense Desktop Sync ? Neutral, Contacts, Calendar and Mail can be kept private when using your own Exchange server or Office 365 own cloud instead of synchronizing with public cloud servers (that keeps data unencrypted)[145] for Photos and Office docs can be kept private when using your own Office 365 cloud or SharePoint,[146] or synchronization of Phones can be disabled (by default).[147] When using your own BES instead of BlackBerry cloud BES (that keeps data unencrypted)[148] When synchronizing locally ? ?
Sync to cloud communication encryption Yes[149] 2.3.4+[150] ? 7.10.7720.0+[151] Yes[152] ? ? ?
Desktop sync Yes No,[153] but available on HTC Sense[154] No 8+[155] Yes Yes Yes Yes
Local full backup Yes, using external computer[156] Limited backup for 4.0+ with ADB using external computer. Possible with 3rd party apps with rooted phones or a custom recovery[157] ? No, removed in WP8,[158] was available on WP7 in Zune only when performing update, or anytime via 3rd party software[159][160] Yes, using external computer[161] and memory card (7+)[162] ? ? No[163] Yes
Core data missing sync Bookmarks[164] (before 4), SMSs and Settings[165] Favorites,[166] Text Messages[167] and Settings[168] ? ? ? ?
cut, copy, and paste 3.0+[169] Yes[170] No Yes[171] Yes Yes ? Yes[172]
undo 3.0+[173] No[174] No No No No ? No
Do not disturb mode 6+[175] No,[176] 3rd party software[177] No 8.1+[178] No No No No No No
Visual voicemail Yes 2.1+[179] No Yes[180] Yes Yes[181] ? ?
Call log duration Yes[182] Yes[183] Yes 8.1+[184] Yes[185] Yes ? ?
Multiple mobile phones per contact Yes Yes Yes Limited via linked contacts is possible to has multiple mobiles phones under one contact[186] Yes ? ? ?
Contact groups 3rd party software[187] 4+[188] or 3rd party software[189] No 7.5+[190] Yes Yes ? Yes
Phone number linking to dialer Yes Available in stock Android, but not all devices enable it.[191] Yes Yes Yes Yes ? Yes, but not in browser
NFC payment software No Available on any device that supports the hardware. Google Wallet for NFC payments available in Play Store.[192] No 8+[193] Yes[194] No No No
Addresses link to maps Yes[195] In Contacts, but not in Calendar[196] nor in Gmail[197] No Yes[198] ? ? ? ?
Dates link to calendar Yes[199] No No ? ? ? ? ?
iCalendar import Yes[200] No,[201] but 3rd party app available[202] No 3rd party software (only import not subscribe)[203] Yes[204] Yes[205] ? ?
Song recognition 3rd party apps Yes, install Google Search app[206] No Yes[207] 3rd party apps  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
Default web browser/engine WebKit Blink Gecko Trident WebKit WebKit WebKit WebKit Gecko[208] WebKit (in webbrowser-app)
Browser direct Internet connection (increased resilience to outages) Yes Yes Yes Yes 10+,[209] 7.1 and older route through BlackBerry Internet Service, direct browsing supported over WiFi Yes Yes Yes
Browser keeps windows open on shutdown or crash Yes 2.3+ Google Chrome[210] but not on main browser[211] Yes Yes 10+ Opens dialog for choosing which websites to restore after crash, option to restore all sites after restart No ? No
Browser keeps windows open when cleaning cookies No[212] Yes Yes Yes Yes ? ? ?
Browser search engine options Bing, Google, Yahoo! Search Many[213] Google Bing, Google Google, Bing, Yahoo, Wikipedia, Dictionary.com, User Defined Google ? ?
Browser find on page 4.2+[214] 1.5+[215] No 8+[216] Yes[217] ? ? ?
Browser/email save images Yes[218] Yes Yes Yes[219] Yes ? ? ?
Browser/email save PDFs Yes[220] Yes Yes Yes[221] Yes ? ? Yes
Browser save linked audio/video No Yes 1.1+[222] 8.1+[223] Yes ? ? Yes
Browser save embedded audio/video No No 1.1+[222] No No ? ? ?
Browser save page 6+ Offline Reading List[224] or 3rd party software[225] 4+[226] No 8.1+[227] Yes[228] ? ? ?
Browser save any file No, 3rd party software[229] No,[230] 3rd party software[231] No 8.1+[223] 10+ ? ? ? Yes
Browser force enable zoom No No, not working anymore on Android 4.4[232] No No No ? ? ?
Browser text reflow[233] Only on pages available on reader mode on 5+;[234][235] 3rd party browsers on prior versions[236] No, Chrome replaces Android stock browser on Android 4.4[237] Yes Only on pages available on reading view on 8.1+ Yes[238] 10+ Only in reader mode ? ? No
Browser Reader Mode 5+[234][235] No,[239] 3rd party software[240][241] ? 8.1+[242] 10+[243] ? ? ?
Browser file upload 6+[224] or 3rd party software[244] 2.2+[245] 1.1+[246] Yes 4.2+[247] Yes ? Yes Yes
Browser form navigation Previous, Next, AutoFill, and Done buttons[248] Next button[249] ? Yes Yes[247] ? ? ?
Browser private browsing mode 5+[250] 3.0+[251] or with rooted devices and 3rd party firmware[252] No 8.1+[178] 10+[253] ? ? ?
Offline web apps Yes[254][255][256] Yes[257] Yes ? ? ? ? No
HTTP Live Streaming 3+[258] 3+[259] ? No[260] 10+[261] No No No
Official application store App Store Google Play Firefox Marketplace Windows Phone Store BlackBerry World Nokia store ? Samsung Apps Jolla Harbour
Non-discriminatory stores Apple discriminates based on country[262] and own Apple policies[263] Developers can distribute apps from their own sources Developers can distribute apps from their own sources, supports multiple app stores Discriminates by country[264] and manufacturer[265] 3rd party software ? ? ?
Unified Inbox Yes No,[266] but 3rd party apps available[267] No 7.10.7720.0+[268] Yes No ? Yes
Email sync protocols supported POP3, IMAP, MAPI POP3, IMAP, MAPI IMAP+SMTP, ActiveSync POP3, IMAP, MAPI BES, BIS, Push e-mail, 10+: POP3, IMAP, Exchange POP3, IMAP, Exchange POP3, IMAP POP3, IMAP POP3, IMAP, Exchange
Non-intrusive notifications 5+[269] Yes[270] Yes Yes,[271] except Calendar Reminders[272] 6+[273] Yes Yes[274] ?
Notification center 5+[269] Yes Yes 8.1+[178] 6+[275] Yes Yes 2+[276] Yes
Push notifications Yes (Apple Push Notification Service) Yes[277] 1.1+[222] Yes[278] Yes Yes ? 2+[279]
End-to-end encrypted push notifications Possible since iOS 7, where the application can handle the notification and decrypt it[280] Possible, notifications are handled by the application that can decrypt it[277] ? Possible, raw notifications are handled by the application that can decrypt it[281] ? ? ? ?
Screen orientation lock Yes[220] Yes[282] Yes 8 GDR3+[283] 10+[284] No ? ?
Custom home and lock screen wallpaper 4+[220] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? Yes Yes (incl. Ambience)
Separate volume for ringtone and media Yes Yes Yes 8.1+[178] ? Yes ? ? Yes
Custom ringtones Yes[285] Yes 1.2+ 7.10.7720.0+[286] Yes Yes ? Yes Yes
Custom SMS/MMS tones 5+[287] Yes[288] No 8 GDR3+[283] Yes[289] Yes ? ? Yes
Custom vibrate alert patterns 5+[290][291] ,[292] possible on some Samsung devices such as Galaxy S III, but limited[293] No ? Yes[289] No ? ?
Non-carrier-based integrated messaging 5+ (iMessage)[294] Google+ Hangouts 3rd party software Skype, Facebook Chat[295] BBM Many (Google Talk, Yahoo) ? ?
Offline voice commands Yes[296] No[297] No Limited, Playback control not available[298] Yes ? Yes ?
Voice recognition 5+ (Siri on iPhone 4S)[299] Yes[300] 3rd party software 8.1+Microsoft Cortana[301] 7.5+[302] Yes No Yes ?
Offline voice recognition No[303] 4.1+[304] No No No No No No
Non-English voice recognition Yes[87] Yes No Yes[111] ? No ? ?
Sound recorder 3+ Limited (Not voice controlled)[305][306] Very limited (Doesn't work in background[307] and not voice controlled) No 3rd party software[308] 10+ Embedded into Remember[309] app, works in background but not voice controlled. 7.1 and older: Very limited (Doesn't work in background and not voice controlled) Yes ? Neutral
Call recorder Prevented by OS restrictions Prevented by OS restrictions,[310] but possible with 3rd party firmware[311] No No With third-party software[312] Yes ? ?
Camera focus at specified point Yes[220] 2.3+[313] No Yes[314] 10+ ? Yes[315] ?
Camera exposure metering from specified point Yes[316] No, available on some phones.[317][318] No 8.1+[319] No No No No
On device picture info (including Exif data) Only location[320] Only date and location; more with 3rd party software[321] No 3rd party apps[322] ? ? ? No
On device picture categorization 5+[323] No[324] 3rd party software like TouchWiz[325] No No[326] Yes, photos can be renamed and searched ? ? No
On device picture description and search No No[327] No No ? ? ? No
Turn off shutter sound In silent mode[328] In silent mode[329] In silent mode 7.10.7720.0+[330] 10.2+ - In silent mode[331] ? ? In silent mode
Picture crop 5+[332] Yes Yes 8+[333] 10+[334] ? ? No
Photo rotation 5+[332] Yes Yes 8+[333] 10+[334] Yes ? No
Photo red-eye reduction 5+[332] 2.3+[335] No 3rd party software[336] 10+[334] ? ? No
HDR photos option Yes[337] 4.2+, some manufacturers earlier[338] No 3rd party apps 10.1+[339] No ? No
Photo/video import from memory cards With Camera Connection Kit[340] Yes Yes ? Yes Yes ? ?
Video trim Yes 2.3+ No 8+[341] 10+[342] ? ? No
Sound trim Yes[343] No,[344] but 3rd party software available[345] No 3rd party sw[346] ? ? ? ?
Tethering Bluetooth, USB (carrier dependent), Personal Hotspot (Wi-Fi Tethering) (carrier dependent, iPhone 4 & 4S since iOS 4.2.5/4.3, or with 3rd party software and "jailbreak") Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot, USB, Bluetooth Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot and USB Internet Sharing (Wi-Fi Hotspot)[347] USB, Bluetooth, Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot USB, Bluetooth ? microUSB, Bluetooth 3.0, Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot
USB On-The-Go Yes[348][349] 3.1+[350][351] ? No 10.2+[352] Yes ? No
Interchangeable external memory cards Only for photo/video import with an optional accessory Yes[353] Yes 8+[354] Yes[355] Yes Yes Yes[356] Yes
Move apps to external storage No 2.2+[357] ? 8.1+[178] No No No No
Text/document support Microsoft Office,[358][359][360] iWork, PDF, Images, TXT/RTF, VCF Microsoft Office 2003/2007, PDF, Images, TXT/RTF PDF Microsoft Office Mobile, PDF, TXT/RTF Microsoft Office, PDF, OpenDocument with free 3rd party software[361] ? Read only: text files, PDF, HTML, Multiple office formats
Printer support Yes (AirPrint)[362] 4.4+ using Google Cloud Print[363] but not over USB[364] ? 3rd Party Software[365] ? No ? No
Audio playback AAC (8 to 320 kbit/s), protected AAC (from iTunes Store), HE-AAC, MP3 (8 to 320 kbit/s), MP3 VBR, Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV AAC LC/LTP 3GPP, HE-AACv1 (AAC+) (before Android2.1),[366] HE-AACv2 (enhanced AAC+) (before Android2.1),[366] AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MP3 (Mono/Stereo 8–320 kbit/s constant or variable bit-rate), MIDI (Type 0 and 1, DLS versions 1 and 2), Ogg Vorbis, PCM/WAVE (8- and 16-bit linear PCM, rates up to limit of hardware), WAVE[367] AAC, MP3, WAV, Opus, Vorbis[368] MP3, WMA Std 9.2, WMA Pro, AMR-NB, AAC-LC, AAC+, eAAC+[369] MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WAV, WMA pro, AMR-NB, MIDI MP3, WAVE, WMA, AAC+, MIDI, AMR, eAAC+, FLAC, OGG ? MP3, AAC, WMA, M4A, XMF, 3GA, MMF, MIDI, WAV, AMR[370] MP3, FLAC, AAC, ALAC, AC3, DTS, OPUS, Vorbis
Video playback H.264 (up to Main Profile),[371] MPEG-4, M-JPEG H.263, H.264 (up to Baseline Profile), MPEG-4 SP, DivX, XviD, VP8[367] H.264, Theora, VP8[372] H.263, H.264, WMV, MPEG4, MPEG4 @ HD 720p 30fps, DivX, XviD[373] MP4, WMV, H.263, H.264, DivX, WMV, XviD, 3gp 3GPP formats (H.263), ASF, AVI, H.264/AVC, MPEG-4, VC-1, WMV ? WMV, ASF, MP4, 3GP, AVI[370]
Wired video out Up to 720p via HDMI[374] or VGA,[375] 576p/480p via component[376] or composite;[377] 1080p on iPad 2 or iPhone 4S in 5+ 1080p on select devices ? 8.1+ USB[378] 10+ 1080p via microHDMI[379] No ? No
Wireless video/audio streaming to set top boxes/TVs/speakers AirPlay[380] 4.2+ Miracast,[381] but DLNA[382] only available on selected devices ? 8.1+ Miracast on some devices[383] 10+ DLNA,[384] 10.2+ Miracast[385] on some devices[386] No ? DLNA[387]
Media player on-device playlist creation Yes[220] Yes[388] ? Yes[389] Yes Yes ? ?
Media player video scrubbing Yes Yes ? 7.10.7720.0+[390] ? ? ? ?
Media player audio scrubbing Yes Yes ? 8.1+[391] ? ? ? ?
Media player fine scrubbing Yes[392] 3rd party software,[393][394] basic fine scrubbing removed on 4+[395] ? No ? ? ? ?
Media player double speed playing Only Audio Podcasts[396] 3rd party software[397][398] ? No ? ? ? ?
Safe Driving Mode 3rd party software 3rd party software No 8 GDR3+[399] No ? ? ? ? ?
Turn-by-turn navigation 6+[400] 2+[401] ? 8+[402] 10+[403] ? ? ?
Offline maps 3rd party software[404] Yes Google Maps[405] ? 8+[406] 3rd party software free global Nokia Maps and 3rd party software ? ?
Alternative routes in maps 5+[407][408] Yes[409] ? 3rd party software ? ? ? ?
Multitasking 7+[410] was limited from version 4[411] Yes Yes 8+[412] Yes Limited Yes 2+[279] Yes
Split-screen app usage No No,[413] 3rd party software[414] No No No No No Yes[415] No Yes[416]
Record video with voice while calling[417] No Yes (Not available on some devices) ? Yes ? No ? ?
Desktop interactive widgets No Yes ? No Live Tiles are not interactive[418] No Yes Yes No
Lock screen widgets Media player; 5+: Notifications,[269] voicemail, camera[419] No, introduced on Android 4.2[420] and removed on Android L[421] ? Media Player; 8+: Live Apps and notifications[422] ? No ? Media player; Notifications (sms, call)
Notification view widgets 5+: Stocks and weather;[269] 3rd party software with "jailbreak"[423][424] 4.1+: Google Now and possible with 3rd party apps ? No ? No ? No Yes
Quick settings toggles 7+[425] or 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[426] 2+[427] Yes 8.1+[178] 10+ Customizable in 10.2.1+[428] ? ? No
Bluetooth keyboard Yes[429] 2.3+;[430] previous versions via 3rd party software[431] ? No[432] Yes[433] No ? No
USB keyboard With Camera Connection Kit[340] 3.1+[430] ? No[434] ? No ? No
Direct file transfer over Wi-Fi Direct 3rd party software on jailbroken devices 4+[41] and selected devices[435][436] No No 10.2+ No No No was available on bada 2+,[437] but removed on Tizen
Direct file transfer over Bluetooth 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[438] 2+[439] Yes 8+[440] Yes Yes Yes No was available on bada,[441] but removed on Tizen Yes
Direct file transfer over NFC No 4+[41] ? 8+[442] 7.1+[443] No No 2+[437]
Voice over IP FaceTime or 3rd party software[444] Yes (SIP)[445] or 3rd party software[446] ? Fully integrated in 8+[447] BBM 7+[448] or 3rd party software[449] Yes (SIP)[450] ? No[451]
SSH Client Yes[452][453] Yes ? Yes[454] Yes No Yes ?
VPN Yes[455] Yes[456] No[457] 8.1+[178] 10+[458] ? No[459] ?
OpenVPN No[460] No, but possible with 3rd party firmware[461] No No No ? Yes[462] ?
WPA PEAP Yes[463] Yes[464] Yes[465] Yes[466] ? ? ? ?
Show remembered Wi-Fi connections No[467] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? ?
Remote Frame Buffer (RFB) protocol ? Yes[468] ? ? ? ? Yes ?
Screenshot Yes[220][469] 4+ also available on earlier versions with customized roms, such as Cyanogen Mod and the default Samsung Galaxy S II rom[470] Yes 8+[471] 10+[472] ? ? Yes
Screencast No, external hardware required[473] 4.4+ over USB,[363] for prior versions root required for 3rd party app[474] No No No ? No No
GPU accelerated GUI Yes 3+[475] ? Yes[476] Yes, OS 7.0+ ? ? ? Yes
Official SDK platform(s) Mac OS X using iOS SDK Linux, Mac OS X and Windows[477] All where Firefox is available Windows[478] Windows, Mac OS X,[479] Linux (only Native SDK for 10+)[480] Nokia S40 SDKs[481] GNU/Linux and Windows[482] GNU/Linux, Windows, OS X[483] Windows, Mac OS X and Linux[484]
Cost to develop on the phone $99/year[485] Free Free Free[486] Free Free Free Free Free
Cost to publish application on official store Included in the cost to develop on the phone $25 once to offer it on Google Play[487]) Free $19/year for an individual and $99/year for a company account.[488] Students can get a token for an individual account (1 token for 365 days) which gives free access to Windows Store/Phone Dev Center for 12 months.[489] Free Free (Nokia Store) Free Free Free[490]
Ability to relocate to another country Yes Yes Yes 8+[491] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry OS Series40 Mer Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch

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