Comparison of mobile operating systems

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This is a comparison of mobile operating systems (OS). Only the latest versions are shown in the table below, even though older versions may still be marketed.

About OS[edit]

Legend
Yes In later versions Beta Limited Tablet-only 3rd party No
About OS
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Company Apple Inc. Open Handset Alliance Mozilla Foundation Microsoft BlackBerry Ltd. Linux Foundation, Tizen Association, Samsung, Intel Sailfish Alliance, Mer, Jolla and Sailfish community contributors Canonical Ltd. and Ubuntu community contributors
Market share[1] 14.8% 84.1% N/A 0.7% 0.2% N/A N/A N/A
Current version 9.3.3 6.0.1 2.2.0 Windows Mobile 10(10.0.10586.420)[2] 10.3.2.2876 2.4 2.0.1.11 15.04 (OTA-10)
Current version release dates July 18, 2016; 7 days ago (2016-07-18)[3] October 5, 2015; 9 months ago (2015-10-05) April 29, 2015; 14 months ago (2015-04-29) April 12, 2016; 3 months ago (2016-04-12) January 12, 2016; 6 months ago (2016-01-12) October 22, 2015; 8 months ago (2015-10-22) May 9, 2016; 2 months ago (2016-05-09) April 6, 2016; 3 months ago (2016-04-06)[4]
License Proprietary EULA except for open source components Free and open-source, but usually bundled with proprietary apps and drivers[5][6] Free and open-source, mainly the MPL;[7] Apache[8] Proprietary Proprietary Free and open-source, but the SDK is proprietary and closed source Free and open-source, but the UI is proprietary and closed source Free and open-source, mainly the GPL
OS family Darwin Linux Linux Windows NT 8+[9] QNX Linux Linux Linux
Supported CPU architecture ARM, ARM64 ARM, x86, MIPS and the 64-bit variants of all three ARM, x86|ARM64 ARM, x86, and the 64-bit variants of both ARM ARM, x86, x86-64 ARM, x86-64 ARM, x86 and x86-64[10]
Programmed in C, C++, Objective-C, Swift C, C++, Java HTML5, CSS, JavaScript,[11] C++ 7+: XNA (.NET C#), Silverlight, native C/C++ (only for vendors and partners[12])
8+: .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 C++ C++, QML, Python Apps: HTML5, QML, Go, JavaScript[13]
System: C, C++, QML
Public issues list 3rd party[14] Yes[15] Yes[16] Yes[17] Yes[18] Yes[19] Yes[20] Yes[21]
Package manager iTunes APK Firefox OS Packaged Apps[22] WP 7.x: Zune (XAP)
WP 8.0+: XAP
WP 8.1+: APPX
BlackBerry Link RPM Package Manager RPM Package Manager Click packages and dpkg
DRM-free[23] No - FairPlay No[24] since Android 4.1[25] and Android 4.3[26] and more restrictions on Android 4.4[27] Yes No No[28] Yes Yes Yes
Device independent system updates Yes[29] No,[30] 3rd party software like CyanogenMod[31] No Only for developers No No Yes Yes[32]
Wireless system updates 5+[33] Yes Yes[34] 8+[35] Yes[36] No Yes Yes
GPU accelerated GUI Yes 3+[37] ? Yes[38] Yes, OS 7.0+ ? Yes Yes

Advanced controls[edit]

Advanced Controls
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Per-application Internet access No, 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[39] No,[40] 3rd party software[41] No No Yes[42] No No Yes
Per-application identity access No No, 3rd party software like XPrivacy No No Yes No No ?
Per-application user data access 6+[43] 6+[44] Yes[45] 8.1update2+[46] Yes[42] No No ?
Per-application background execution 7+[47] No,[48] 3rd party apps available[49] Yes[45] Yes[50] 10.2.1+[51] No No Background execution not allowed
Per-application notifications 5+[52][53] 4.1+[54] Yes[45] 8.1+[55] 10+ No No Yes
Per-application location access 4+[56] 6+[44] Yes[45] 10+[57] Yes[42] No No User prompted on request
Per-application camera access 8+[58] 6+[44] Yes[45] 8.1update2+[46] Yes[42] No No Yes
Per-application microphone access 7+[59] 6+[44] Yes[45] 8.1update2+[46] Yes[42] No No In Progress
Per-application shared files access No 6+[44] Yes[45] No Yes[42] No No Yes
Per-application network data usage auditing Yes[60] 4+[61] Yes[62] 8 GDR2+ Data Sense[63] or Nokia Counters in 7.5+[64] Yes[65] ? No[66] ?
Fine grained storage usage 5+[67] Yes[68] Yes 8 GDR3+[69] 10.2.1+ ? No ?
Parental controls Yes[70] 4.3+ or 3rd party software[71] No 8+[72] 7.1+[73] ? No No
Screen orientation lock Yes[74] Yes[75] Yes 8 GDR3+[76] 10+[77] ? 1.0.4.1+[78] Yes
File manager 3rd party software[79] 3rd party software[80] 3rd party software 8.1+[81] 10+[82] 3rd party software[83] Yes[84] Yes
File manager write access to external storage External storage not available 6+[85] Or 3rd party software like CyanogenMod Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Multi-user No[86] 4.2+, including phones 5+[87][88] No No No No No Tablet-only
Guest mode 6+[89] 5+[90] No 8+[72] No No No Tablet-only
Do not disturb mode 6+[91] 5+[92] No 8.1+[93] Yes No No 3rd party apps[94]
Application groups 4+[95] Yes No 8.1 Update+ Yes[96] ? 1.0.7.16+[97] OTA-9+[98]
Accessibility features Yes[99][100][101] Yes No Yes Yes[102] ? No ?

Application ecosystem[edit]

Application Ecosystem
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Official application store App Store Google Play Firefox Marketplace Windows Phone Store BlackBerry World, Amazon Appstore[103] Tizen Store Jolla Store Ubuntu Store
Non-discriminatory stores No, Apple discriminates based on country[104] and own Apple policies[105] No, Some applications like Ad blockers are censored on Google Play[106][107] but developers can distribute apps from their own sources Developers can distribute apps from their own sources, supports multiple app stores No, Discriminates by country[108] and manufacturer[109] 3rd party software ? Openrepos.[110] Developers can distribute apps from their own sources, supports multiple app stores Yes Full support for open stores[111]
Common APIs for smartphones, tablets, and PCs No Yes[112] Yes 8.1+[113] No No Yes Yes[114]
Official SDK platform(s) Mac OS X using iOS SDK Linux, Mac OS X and Windows[115] All where Firefox is available Windows[116] Windows, Mac OS X,[117] Linux (only Native SDK for 10+)[118] GNU/Linux, Windows, OS X[119] Windows, Mac OS X and Linux[120] Ubuntu desktop using Ubuntu SDK
Cost to develop for the mobile OS Free with Xcode 7[121] Free Free Free[122] Free Free Free Free
Cost to publish application to official store US$99/year US$25 once to offer it on Google Play[123] Free US$19, once, for an individual; and $99 for a company account.[124] 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.[125] Free Free Free[126] Free

Basic features[edit]

Basic Features
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
cut, copy, and paste 3+[127] Yes[128] No Yes[129] Yes Yes[130] Partially released[131] Yes
Multi-Device clipboard 10+[132] No No No No No No No
undo 3+[133] No[134] No No No No No[135] ?
Custom home and lock screen wallpaper 4+[74] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes (incl. Ambience) Only lock screen wallpaper
Desktop sync Yes No,[136] but available on Samsung Kies & HTC Sense[137] No Yes Yes Yes ? Yes
Local full backup Yes, using external computer[138] Limited backup for 4.0+ with ADB using external computer. Possible with 3rd party apps with rooted phones or a custom recovery[139] ? No, removed in WP8,[140] was available on WP7 in Zune only when performing update, or anytime via 3rd party software[141][142] Yes, using external computer[143] and memory card (7+)[144] No[145] Yes rsync to SD-Card
Core data missing sync Bookmarks[146] (before 4), SMSs and Settings[147] Favorites,[148] Text Messages[149] and Settings[150] ? ? ? ?
Notification center 5+[151] Yes Yes 8.1+[93] 6+[152] 2+[153] Yes Yes
Push notifications Yes (Apple Push Notification Service) Yes[154] 1.1+[155] Yes[156] Yes 2+[157] Yes Server implemented, Client API in development
Screenshot Yes[74][158] 4+ also available on earlier versions with customized roms, such as Cyanogen Mod and the default Samsung Galaxy S II rom[159] Yes 8+[160] 10+[161] Yes 3rd party apps with no shortcut[162] Yes[163]
iCalendar import Yes[164] No,[165] but 3rd party app available[166] No 3rd party software (only import not subscribe)[167] Yes[168] ? 1.1.6.27+[169] ?
Text/document support (read only; creating using third party applications) Microsoft Office,[170][171][172] 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, TXT Read only: text files, PDF, HTML, Multiple office formats Microsoft Office, OpenDocument, PDF Read only: text files, PDF, HTML, OpenDocument, PDF
Printer support Yes (AirPrint)[173] 4.4+ using Google Cloud Print[174] but not over USB[175] ? 10+[176] Yes No ? ?
Show remembered Wi-Fi connections No, 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[177] Yes Yes Yes Yes ? Yes Yes

Browser[edit]

Browser
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Default web browser/engine WebKit Blink Gecko Trident (EdgeHTML after 10) WebKit WebKit Gecko[178] Oxide[179]
Major web browser available Safari, Chrome for iOS, Opera Mini, Firefox Chrome for Android, Opera, Firefox Firefox OS Browser Internet Explorer, Opera Mini, UC Browser, Microsoft Edge BlackBerry 10 Browser, Opera Mini, Firefox Tizen Browser (Based on UC Browser) Sailfish Browser (Firefox), Webcat (WebKit), Web Pirate (WebKit), others via Android (Firefox, Chrome, Opera) Ubuntu Browser
Browser extensions 8+[180] No[181] 3rd party software[182] Yes (from 2.5) No No No No No
Browser direct Internet connection (increased resilience to outages) Yes Yes Yes Yes 10+,[183] 7.1 and older route through BlackBerry Internet Service, direct browsing supported over WiFi Yes ? ?
Browser undo close tab 8+[184] 3rd party software Google Chrome for Android[185] No No No No No No
Browser keeps windows open on shutdown or crash Yes 2.3+ Google Chrome[186] but not on main browser[187] Yes Yes 10+ Opens dialog for choosing which websites to restore after crash, option to restore all sites after restart No Yes Yes
Browser keeps windows open when cleaning cookies 3rd party software[188] Yes Yes Yes Yes ? Yes ?
Browser search engine options Bing, Google, Yahoo! Search, DuckDuckGo Many[189] 2.1: Google, Bing, Yahoo!
2.2: + DuckDuckGo
Bing, Google support removed on some markets on 8.1 GDR1+[190] Bing, Dictionary.com, Google, Wikipedia, Yahoo, User Defined ? Bing, Google, Yahoo, Yandex. Baidu, DuckDuckGo, StartPage, Searx, ixquick, Swisscows, Qwant, Seznam, Hulbee via openrepos[191] ?
Browser find on page 4.2+[192] 1.5+[193] No 8+[194] Yes[195] ? 1.1.2.16+[196] ?
Browser/email save images Yes[197] Yes Yes Yes[198] Yes ? Yes Yes
Browser/email save PDFs Yes[74] Yes Yes Yes[199] Yes Yes Yes OTA-9+
Browser save audio/video 3rd party software[200] Yes, but only links, not embedded media 1.1+[155] 8.1+[201] Yes (embedded media not supported) Yes Yes Yes
Browser save page 6+: Offline Reading List;[202] 3rd party software[203] No, Introduced on 4.0,[204] but removed on 4.4[205] No 10+[206] Yes[207] ? ? ?
Browser save any file When an app for the filetype is installed (excluding audio/video);[208] 3rd party software[209] No,[210] 3rd party software[211] No 8.1+[201] 10+ ? Yes OTA-9+[212]
Browser force enable zoom Yes[213] No, not working anymore on Android 4.4[214] No Yes, via accessibility settings Yes,via accessibility settings ? ? ?
Browser text reflow[215] 5+: Only on pages with reader mode available;[216][217] 3rd party browsers on prior versions[218] No, removed on Android 4.4[219][220] Yes Only on pages available on reading view on 8.1+ Yes[221] 10+ Only in reader mode No No ?
Browser Reader Mode 5+[216][217] No,[222] 3rd party software[223][224] No[225] 8.1+[226] 10+[227] ? No[228] ?
Browser file upload 9+;
6-8: Limited
2.2+[229] 1.1+[230] Yes 4.2+[231] Yes 1.0.7.16+[232] Yes
Browser form navigation Previous, Next, AutoFill, and Done buttons[233] Next button[234] ? Yes Yes[231] ? ? ?
Browser private browsing mode 5+[235] 3.0+[236] or with rooted devices and 3rd party firmware[237] 2.2+ 8.1+[93] 10+[238] ? 1.1.6.27+[239] ?
Offline web apps Yes[240][241][242] Yes[243] Yes ? ? No ? Yes[244]
HTTP Live Streaming 3+[245] 3+[246] No[247] 10+[248] 10+[249] No ?[250] ?
WebRTC 3rd party software[251] Yes[252] No[253] No No No No No[254]

Communication and connectivity[edit]

Communication and Connectivity
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Unified Inbox Yes No,[255] but 3rd party apps available[256] No 7.5+[257] Yes Yes Yes No
Email sync protocols supported POP3, IMAP, MAPI, ActiveSync[258] POP3, IMAP, MAPI POP3, IMAP+SMTP, ActiveSync POP3, IMAP, MAPI, ActiveSync BES, BIS, Push e-mail, 10+: POP3, IMAP, ActiveSync POP3, IMAP POP3, IMAP, ActiveSync IMAP+SMTP
Non-carrier-based integrated messaging 5+ (iMessage)[259] Google Hangouts 3rd party software Skype[260] BBM ? Yes, 3rd party software Yes Telegram[261]
Visual voicemail Yes 2.1+[262] No Yes[263] Yes ? ? ?
Call log duration Yes[264] Yes[265] Yes 8.1+[266] Yes[267] ? Yes ?
Multiple mobile phones per contact Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? Yes Yes
Contact groups 3rd party software[268] 4+[269] or 3rd party software[270] No 7.5+[271] Yes Yes No[272] ?
Voice over IP FaceTime; 3rd party software[273] Yes (SIP)[274] or 3rd party software[275] WebRTC
Firefox Hello (2.0+)
8+ Skype[276] BBM 7+[277] or 3rd party software[278] No[279] Yes, 3rd party software ?
NFC payment software 8+: iPhone 6/6 Plus and later (iPhone 5 and later if used with Apple Watch), via Apple Pay Available on any device that supports the hardware. Android Pay for NFC payments available in Play Store.[280] No 8+[281] Yes[282] No No ?
Tethering 4.3+: Personal Hotspot (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB; carrier dependent) Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot, USB, Bluetooth Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot and USB Internet Sharing (Wi-Fi Hotspot),[283] Bluetooth (8.1 Update+) USB, Bluetooth, Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot microUSB, Bluetooth 3.0, Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot, USB, Bluetooth Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot, USB
USB On-The-Go No 3.1+[284][285] No[286] 10+[287] 10.2+[288] No Yes Yes
Direct file transfer over Wi-Fi Direct No, 3rd party software on jailbroken devices 4+[61] and selected devices[289][290] No No 10.2+ No, was available on bada 2+,[291] but removed on Tizen No[292] ?
Direct file transfer over Bluetooth AirDrop:
7+: Between iOS only; 8+: Between Mac/iOS only. (Note: AirDrop utilizes Wi-Fi as well)
2+[293] Yes 8+[294] Yes No, was available on bada,[295] but removed on Tizen Yes[296] but limited to images, videos and contacts ?
Direct file transfer over NFC No 4+[61] ? 8+[297] 7.1+[298] 2+[291] No ?

Language and inputs[edit]

Language and Inputs
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Non-English languages support Yes[299][300][301] Partial[302] Yes Yes Yes Limited (Search is not diacritical mark-insensitive) Yes Yes
Underlining spell checker Yes[303] 2.3+[304][305] Yes Yes[306] Yes No ? ?
Built-in system-wide dictionary 5+[307] Built into keyboard application. Available on every device.[308] Yes Yes[309] Yes No Yes ?
Autoexpanding text replacements 5+[310] Yes No Yes[309] Yes[311] ? ? ?
Keyboard next word prediction 8+[312] No,[313] 3rd party software[314] No Yes[315] Yes No Yes ?
Optical character recognition input method 8+: Only for inputting credit card details[316] No[317] No No No No No No
Third party input methods 8+ Yes[318] 1.2+[319] No No, only for Android apps through sideload of Android keyboard[320] ? ? ?
Gesture text input 8+: 3rd party software like Swype 4+[321] No 8.1+[322] Yes ? No[323] No
Emoji support Yes[324] 4.4+[325] No Yes[326] 10.2+[327] ? Yes, 3rd party software Yes

Maps and navigation[edit]

Maps and Navigation
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Safe driving mode 3rd party software 3rd party software No 8 GDR3+[328] No ? ? ?
Turn-by-turn navigation 6+[329] 2+[330] ? 8+[331] 10+[332] ? Yes 3rd party software[333][334][335]
Offline maps 3rd party software[336] 3rd party software Google Maps,[337] Here Maps ? 8+[338] 3rd party software ? 3rd party software 3rd party software[339]
Alternative routes in maps 5+[340][341] Yes[342] ? 10+[343] ? ? 3rd party software ?

Media playback and controls[edit]

Media Playback and Controls
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Audio playback AAC, protected AAC (from iTunes Store), HE-AAC, MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+), Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV[344] AAC LC/LTP 3GPP, HE-AACv1 (AAC+), HE-AACv2 (enhanced AAC+) AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MP3, MIDI (Type 0 and 1, DLS versions 1 and 2), Ogg Vorbis, PCM/WAVE, FLAC, WAVE, Opus[345] AAC, MP3, WAV, Opus, Vorbis[346] MP3, WMA Std 9.2, WMA Pro, FLAC, AMR-NB, AAC-LC, AAC+, eAAC+[347] MP3, FLAC, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WAV, WMA pro, AMR-NB, MIDI, AWB, M4A, MKA, OGG[348] AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MP3, Vorbis, WAV[349] MP3, FLAC, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, ALAC, AC3, DTS, Opus, Vorbis ?
Video playback H.264 (up to High Profile), MPEG-4, M-JPEG[344] H.263, H.264 (up to Baseline Profile), H.265 HEVC, MPEG-4 SP, DivX, XviD, VP8, VP9[345] H.264, Theora, VP8[350] H.263, H.264, WMV, MPEG4, MPEG4 @ HD 720p 30fps, DivX, XviD[351] MP4, WMV, H.263, H.264, DivX, WMV, XviD, 3GGP, 3GP2, ASF, AVI, F4V, M4V, MKV, MOV, MPEG4, MPEG-2[348] H.263, H.264, MPEG-4 Part 2[349] MPEG-4, H264, H263,[352] although audio in recorded videos is out of sync[353] ?
Wired video out Up to 1080p via HDMI[354] or VGA,[355] 576p/480p via component[356] or composite;[357] 4K on 6+[358] ? 8.1+ USB[359] 10+ 1080p via microHDMI,[360] SlimPort (BlackBerry Passport)[361] No No[362] ?
Wired digital audio output 7+: USB Audio[363] 5+ USB Audio[364] No 10+: USB Audio on USB-C devices[365] USB Audio No No No
Wireless video/audio streaming to set top boxes/TVs/speakers AirPlay[366] 4.2+ Miracast,[367] but DLNA[368] only available on selected devices ? 8.1+ Miracast on some devices[369] 10+ DLNA,[370] 10.2+ Miracast[371] on some devices[372] DLNA[373] ? OTA-11+[374]
Media player on-device playlist creation Yes[74] Yes[375] ? Yes[376] Yes ? Yes Yes
Media player video scrubbing Yes Yes ? 7.10.7720.0+[377] ? ? ? Yes
Media player audio scrubbing Yes Yes ? 8.1+[378] ? ? ? Yes
Media player fine scrubbing Yes[379] No,[380] 3rd party software like VLC media player, basic fine scrubbing removed on 4+[381] ? No ? ? ? ?
Media player double speed playing Only Podcasts[382] No,[383] 3rd party software[384] Yes[385] 8.1+ Only Podcasts[386] ? ? ? ?

Peripheral support[edit]

Peripheral Support
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Bluetooth keyboard Yes[387] 2.3+;[388] previous versions via 3rd party software[389] ? 8.1u2+[390] Yes[391] No Yes[392][393] Yes[394]
USB keyboard With Camera Connection Kit[395] 3.1+[388] ? 10+ some devices[396] Yes[391] No ? ?
Interchangeable external memory cards Only for photo/video import with an optional accessory Yes[397] Yes 8+[398] Yes[399] Yes[400] Yes Yes[401]

Photo and video[edit]

Photo and Video
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Camera focus at specified point Yes[74] 2.3+[402] 2.0+[403] Yes[404] 10+ ? 1.0.4.20+[405] Yes
Camera exposure metering from specified point Yes[406] No,[407] available on some phones.[408][409] No 8.1+[410] No No ? ?
On device picture info (including Exif data) Only date and location[411] Only date and location; more with 3rd party software[412] No 3rd party apps[413] Date and location[414] No ? ?
On device picture categorization 5+[415] No[416] 3rd party software like TouchWiz[417] Yes Yes[418] Yes, photos can be renamed and searched No ? Yes, Albums
On device picture description and search 7+: Only date and location[419] No[420] No Yes Yes No ? ?
Turn off shutter sound In silent mode[421] In silent mode[422] In silent mode 7.5+[423] 10.2+ - In silent mode[424] In silent mode In silent mode[425] ?
Picture crop 5+[426] Yes Yes 8+[427] 10+[428] No Yes Yes
Photo rotation 5+[426] Yes Yes 8+[427] 10+[428] No Yes Yes
Photo red-eye reduction 5+[426] 2.3+[429] Yes Yes 8.1+[430] 10+[428] No No[431] ?
HDR photos option Yes[432] 4.2+, some manufacturers earlier[433] Yes 8.1+ 10.1+[434] No No[435] Yes
Photo/video import from memory cards With Camera Connection Kit[395] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Video trim Yes 2.3+ No 8+[436] 10+[437] No ? ?

Productivity[edit]

Productivity
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Multitasking 7+;[438]
4-6: Limited[439]
Yes Yes 8+,[440] 7.5: Limited Yes 2+[157] Yes Yes
Document-centric multitasking No 5+[441] No Yes Yes Yes No No
Split-screen app usage 9+: only on iPad with 2 GB RAM or more[442] 6+[443] on rooted devices[444] Or 3rd party software[445] No No No, 3rd party software[446] Yes[447] No [448] Tablet-only[449]
Record video with voice while calling[450] No Yes (Not available on some devices) ? Yes ? ? ? ?
Desktop interactive widgets No, 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[451] Yes ? No (Live Tiles are not interactive)[452] No No Yes ?
Lock screen widgets Media player, voicemail, camera;[453]
5+: Notifications;
7+: Control Center
8+: Interactive Notifications[454]
Notifications and settings. Full Widgets on Android 4.2 and 4.4 only.[455][456] ? Media Player; 8+: Live Apps and notifications[457] Yes, interactive notifications, camera, alarm Media player; Notifications (sms, call) Yes ?
Notification view widgets 8+ 4.1+: Google Now and possible with 3rd party apps ? No Yes, BB 10.2 No Yes ?
Quick settings toggles 7+[458] 2+[459] Yes 8.1+[93] 10+, customizable in 10.2.1+[460] No Via 3rd party application Patchmanager[461] Yes
Search multiple internal applications at once Yes Yes Yes 8.1+[462] Yes Yes No[463] ?
Settings search 9+[464] 5+ or 3rd party software like CyanogenMod[465] No 8.1update2+[46] Yes No No No
Search all fields of internal objects 6+[466] Only search Contacts name field but not any other field[467] ? Contacts are searched by name, nick and company,[468] but not other fields like address or notes[469] Yes[470] Only searches contacts by name First name, last name, nickname, also the multiple field called "Details"[471] ?
Core applications missing search Bookmarks[472] Calendar[473] (available since 3+ and HTC Sense) ? Video[474] ? ? ? ?
Phone number links to dialer Yes Available in stock Android, but not all devices enable it.[475] Yes Yes Yes Yes, but not in browser Yes ?
Addresses links to maps Yes[476] In Contacts, but not in Calendar[477] nor in Gmail[478] No Yes[479] Yes[480] ? Yes ?
Dates links to calendar Yes[481] No No Yes Yes Yes Yes ?

Ringtones and alerts[edit]

Ringtones and Alerts
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Custom ringtones Yes[482] Yes 1.2+ 7.10.7720.0+[483] Yes Yes Yes Yes
Custom SMS/MMS tones 5+[484] Yes[485] No 8 GDR3+[76] Yes[486] ? Yes ?
Custom vibrate alert patterns 5+[487][488] No,[489] possible on some Samsung devices such as Galaxy S III, but limited[490] No No Yes[486] ? API available for 3rd party applications ?

Security and privacy[edit]

Security and Privacy
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Proxy server Yes 3.1+[491] but only global, not per connection[492] and only works for the browser[493] 3rd party apps available[494] No[495] Yes Yes Yes Yes[496] ?
On-device encryption Yes[497] (3rd party software may attempt brute-force attacks on password[498]) 3+[499] but insecure on Qualcomm devices[500] No[501] 8+[502] Yes[503] (3rd party software may attempt brute-force attacks on password[498]) No No[504] ?
External storage encryption External storage not available 6+[85] ? 8.1+ Apps and data only[505] Yes[506] No ? ?
Zero knowledge encryption[507] No, data stored on iCloud is accessible by Apple[508] and shared with the American PRISM surveillance program.[509] No, data is accessible by Google[510] and shared with the American PRISM surveillance program.[509] ? No, data is accessible by Microsoft[511] and shared with the American PRISM surveillance program.[509] ? ? ? ?
Privacy of synchronization[512] When synchronizing locally and not using iCloud 3rd party software like ownCloud[513] ? Partial, 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)[514] for Photos and Office docs can be kept private when using your own Office 365 cloud or SharePoint,[515] or synchronization of Phones can be disabled (by default).[516] When using your own BES instead of BlackBerry cloud BES (that keeps data unencrypted)[517] ? ? ?
Sync to cloud communication encryption Yes[518] 2.3.4+[519] ? 7.10.7720.0+[520] Yes[521] ? ? ?
Wireless anti-tracking[522] 8+[523] 3rd party software[524] No No No No ? ?
Remote device location tracking Yes[525] Yes[526] No Yes[527] Yes ? ? ?
Remote device locking and/or data wipe Yes[525] 2.2+[528] No Yes[527] Yes ? ? ?
End-to-end encrypted push notifications Possible since iOS 7, where the application can handle the notification and decrypt it[529] Possible, notifications are handled by the application that can decrypt it[154] ? Possible, raw notifications are handled by the application that can decrypt it[530] ? ? ? ?
SSH Client Yes[531][532] Yes ? Yes[533] Yes ? Yes Yes
VPN Yes[534] Yes[535] No[536] 8.1+[93] 10+[537] ? ? ?
OpenVPN Yes[538] No, but possible with 3rd party firmware[539] No No No ? Yes ?
WPA PEAP Yes[540] Yes[541] Yes[542] Yes[543] ? ? In developer mode[544] ?

Sound and voice[edit]

Sound and Voice
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Separate volume for ringtone and media Yes Yes Yes 8.1+[93] Yes ? Yes ?
Voice commands 5+ (Siri) Yes[545] No 8.1+ Microsoft Cortana[546] Yes[547] ? Yes,[548] via 3rd party software such Saera ?
Offline voice commands Yes[549] No[550] No Limited, Playback control not available[551] No[547] ? No ?
Voice recognition 5+ (Siri) Yes 3rd party software 8.1+ Microsoft Cortana[546] Yes ? No ?
Offline voice recognition Limited, only calling and music playback[552] 4.1+[553] No Limited, only calling and launching apps No No No ?
Non-English voice recognition Yes[301] Yes No Yes[326] Yes ? No ?
Sound recorder 3+: Limited (Not voice controlled)[554][555] Very limited (Doesn't work in background[556] and not voice controlled) No 10+: Quite limited (doesn't work in background),[557] for older versions: 3rd party software, also similarly limited 10+ Embedded into Remember[558] app, works in background but not voice controlled. 7.1 and older: Very limited (Doesn't work in background and not voice controlled) Partial 3rd party software[559] ?
Call recorder Prevented by OS restrictions, but possible with 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[560] Prevented by OS restrictions,[561] but possible with 3rd party firmware[562] No 10+ some devices[563] With third-party software[564] ? 3rd party software on 1.1+[565] ?
Sound trim Yes[566] No,[567] but 3rd party software available[568] No 3rd party software[569] ? ? ? ?

Other features[edit]

Other Features
Feature iOS Android Firefox OS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Non-intrusive incoming calls No, 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[570] 5+[571] or 3rd party software[572] No No No No No[573] No
Non-intrusive notifications 5+[151] Yes[574] Yes Yes,[575] except Calendar Reminders[576] 6+[577] ? ? ?
Move apps to external storage External storage not available 2.2+[578] ? 8.1+[93] No No ? ?
Remote Frame Buffer (RFB) protocol 3rd party software[579] Yes[580] ? ? ? ? ? ?
Screencast on device No, 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[581] No,[582] 3rd party software like CyanogenMod ScreenCast,[583] AOKP or OmniROM[584] No No No No No No
Screencast over USB 8+: on OS X[585] 4.4+ over USB,[174] for prior versions root required for 3rd party app[586] No 8.1+[587] No No ? ?
Screen share No No[588] No Yes 10+[589] No No No

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