Comparison of mobile operating systems

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

About OS[edit]

About OS
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch Plasma Mobile PureOS PostmarketOS KaiOS
Developed by Google, Open Handset Alliance Apple Inc. Linux Foundation, Tizen Association, Samsung, Intel Sailfish Alliance, Mer, Jolla and Sailfish community contributors UBports and Ubuntu community contributors (previously Canonical Ltd.) KDE and Blue Systems Purism PostmarketOS community KaiOS Technologies Inc.(TCL)
Market share[1][2] 70.92% 26.53% 0.22% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0.07%
Current version 11 14.3 4.0.0.7 4.0.1.48 16.04 OTA-11 5.16.4 9.0 alpha 2.6.0
Development version 12 15.0 5.5 M1 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown N/A
Current version release dates September 8, 2020; 6 months ago (2020-09-08) January 26, 2021; 41 days ago (2021-01-26) May 30, 2020; 9 months ago (2020-05-30)[3] February 16, 2021; 20 days ago (2021-02-16)[4] May 13, 2020; 9 months ago (2020-05-13)[5] July 30, 2019; 19 months ago (2019-07-30)[6] 26 September 2019; 17 months ago (2019-09-26)[7]
License Base system is Free and open-source, but usually bundled with proprietary apps and drivers, which provide an increasing amount of the functionality.[8] Proprietary Partial; both proprietary and open-source components, assorted licenses Free and open-source, but the UI and the SDK are proprietary and closed source Free and open-source, mainly the GPL[9] Free and open-source, mainly the GPL Free and open-source, mainly the GPL Free and open-source, GPL Proprietary except for open source kernel patches (formerly the MPL 2.0 B2G OS)
OS family Modified Linux kernel based Darwin Linux (based on Combination of Linux MeeGo and Samsung Bada) Linux Linux (based on Ubuntu) Linux (mainly based on KDE neon ) Linux (based on Debian) Linux (based on Alpine Linux) Firefox OS / Open Web (based on Linux kernel)
Supported CPU architecture ARM (32-bit ARMv7-A and 64-bit ARMv8-A only), x86, x86-64[10] 64-bit ARMv8-A only ARM, x86, x86-64 ARM, x86-64 ARM, x86-64 ARM, ? Convergence operating system ARM, ARM64, x86, x86-64 ARM
Programmed in C, C++, Java, Kotlin C, C++, Objective-C, Swift C++, Xamarin.Forms (.NET C#, F#, VB[11]) C++, QML, Python Apps: HTML5, QML, Go, JavaScript, C++
System: C, C++, QML
C++, QML Python install tool and shell script packages
Public issues list Yes[12] 3rd party[13] Yes[14] Yes[15] Yes[16] Yes[17] Yes[18] Yes[19] No[citation needed]
DRM-free[20] No[21] since Android 4.1[22] and Android 4.3[23] and more restrictions on Android 4.4[24] No – FairPlay Yes Yes Yes Yes[citation needed] Yes[citation needed] Yes ?
Device independent system updates Partial system updates since Oreo[25] 3rd party software like LineageOS[26] Yes[27] No Yes Yes[28] Yes.[29] Intended for use on old mobile devices For feature phones, not smart phones
Wireless system updates Yes 5+[30] No Yes Yes
GPU accelerated GUI 3+[31] Yes ? Yes Yes
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch Plasma Mobile PureOS PostmarketOS KaiOS

Advanced controls[edit]

Advanced controls
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
While-in-use permissions 10+ 11+: Location only[32] No No Yes
Per-app Internet access No,[33] 3rd party software[34] 7+: Cellular only;[35] 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[36] No No No
Per-app identity access 8+[37] 6+[38][39] No No Yes
Per-app user data access 6+[40] 6+[41] No No Yes
Per-app background execution No,[42] 3rd party apps available[43] 7+[44] No No Background execution not allowed
Per-app notifications 4.1+[45] 5+[46][47] No No Yes
Per-app location access 6+[40] 4+[48] No No Yes
Per-app camera access 6+[40] 8+[49] No No Yes
Per-app microphone access 6+[40] 7+[50] No No Yes
Per-app shared files access 6+[40] 8+[51] No No Yes
Per-app network data usage auditing 4+[52] Yes[53] ? No[54] No
Fine grained storage usage Yes[55] 5+[56] ? No Yes
Parental controls 4.3+ or 3rd party software[57] Yes[58] ? No No
Screen orientation lock Yes[59] Yes[60] ? 1.0.4+[61] Yes
File manager 6.0+[62] 11+[63] 3rd party software[64] Yes[65] Yes
File manager write access to external storage 6+ Or 3rd party software like LineageOS 13+ Yes Yes Yes
Multi-user 4.2+, including phones 5+[66][67] 9.3+: Education use only on iPad[68] No 3.4.0+ No
Guest mode 5+[69] 6+[70] No 3.4.0+ No
Guided Access No Yes[71] No No No
Do not disturb mode 5+[72] 6+[73] No No No
App groups Yes 4+[74] ? 1.0.7+[75] Yes

Accessibility features[edit]

Accessibility features
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
System wide base text size Yes Yes[76][77][78] ? 2.1.0+: Set text size[79] 3rd party software[80]
Monaural output Yes Yes No No No
Always visible scrollbar No No No No No
Reduced Animations Yes Yes No No No

App ecosystem[edit]

App ecosystem
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Official app store Google Play App Store Tizen Store Jolla Store OpenStore
Non-discriminatory stores No, Some apps like Ad blockers are censored on Google Play[81][82] but developers can distribute apps from their own sources No, Apple discriminates based on country[83] and own Apple policies[84] ? Openrepos.[85] Developers can distribute apps from their own sources, supports multiple app stores ?
Common APIs for smartphones, tablets, and PCs Yes[86] Smartphone and tablet only[87] No Yes Yes
Official SDK platform(s) Linux, macOS and Windows[88] macOS using iOS SDK GNU/Linux, Windows, macOS[89] Windows, macOS and Linux[90] Yes
Cost to develop for the mobile OS Free No, Requires Apple hardware.[91] Free Free Free
Cost to publish app to official store US$25 once to offer it on Google Play[92] US$99/year Free Free[93] Free

Basic features[edit]

Basic features
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Cut, copy, and paste Yes[94] 3+[95] Yes[96] Yes Yes
Multi-Device clipboard No 10+[97] No No No
Undo No[98] 3+[99] No No[100] Yes
Custom home and lock screen wallpaper Yes 4+[60] Yes Yes (incl. Ambience) Yes
Desktop sync No,[101] but available using the vendor's companion/PC suite application such as Samsung Smart Switch & HTC Sense[102] Yes Yes ? Yes
Local full backup Yes, via external computer[103] Yes, using external computer or iCloud[104] No[105] Yes Yes
Core data missing sync Bookmarks[106] (before 4), SMSs and Settings[107] ? ? ?
Notification center Yes 5+[108] 2+[109] Yes Yes
Push notifications Yes[110] Yes (Apple Push Notification Service) 2+[111] Yes Yes
Screenshot 4+ also available on earlier versions with customized firmware, such as Cyanogen Mod and on older Samsung Galaxy smartphones[112] Yes[60][113] Yes 2.0.2+[114] Yes
iCalendar import No,[115] but 3rd party app available[116] Yes[117] ? 1.1.6+[118] No
Text/document support (read only; creating using third party apps) Microsoft Office, PDF, TXT/RTF Microsoft Office,[119][120][121] iWork, PDF, Images, TXT/RTF, VCF Read only: text files, PDF, HTML, Multiple office formats Microsoft Office, OpenDocument, PDF, Text Yes
Printer support 4.4+ using Google Cloud Print[122] but not over USB unless proprietary vendor solutions such as HP Print Service are used[123] Yes (AirPrint)[124] No yes, cups package is available Beta
Show remembered Wi-Fi connections Yes No, 3rd party software on jailbroken devices[125] ? Yes Yes

Browser[edit]

Browser
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Default web browser/engine Blink WebKit WebKit Gecko[126] Qt WebEngine (based on Blink)
Major web browser available Chrome for Android, Opera, Firefox, Microsoft Edge Safari, Chrome for iOS, Opera Touch, Firefox, Microsoft Edge Tizen Browser (Based on UC Browser) Sailfish Browser (Gecko), Webcat (WebKit), Web Pirate (WebKit), others via Android (Firefox, Chrome, Opera) Morph Browser
Browser extensions No[127] 3rd party software[128] 8+[129] No No No
Browser direct Internet connection (increased resilience to outages) Yes Yes Yes ? ?
Browser undo close tab Google Chrome for Android[130] 8+[131] No No No
Browser keeps windows open on shutdown or crash 2.3+ Google Chrome[132] but not on the deprecated AOSP browser[133] Yes No Yes Yes
Browser keeps windows open when cleaning cookies Yes 3rd party software[134] ? Yes Yes
Browser search engine options Many[135] Bing, Google, Yahoo! Search, DuckDuckGo, Ecosia Bing, Google, Yahoo! Search Bing, Google, Yahoo, Yandex. Baidu, DuckDuckGo, StartPage, Searx, ixquick, Swisscows, Qwant, Seznam, Hulbee via openrepos[136] Baidu, Bing, DuckDuckGo, Ecosia, Google, lilo, Peekier, Qwant, Wikipedia, Yahoo[137]
Browser find on page 1.5+[138] Yes[139] Yes 1.1.2+[140] Yes
Browser–email save images Yes Yes[141] ? Yes Yes
Browser–email save PDFs Yes Yes[60] Yes Yes Yes
Browser save audio/video Yes, but only links, not embedded media 13+;[142]
5+: 3rd party software[143]
Yes Yes Yes
Browser save page Yes, Google Chrome 55+[144] 6+: Offline Reading List;[145] 3rd party software[146] Yes 4.0.1.48+ Yes
Browser save any file Yes, Chrome for Android. 13+;[142]
5+: When an app that can handle/open the filetype is installed (excluding audio/video – requires 3rd party software[147]);[148]
? Yes Yes
Browser force enable zoom No, not working anymore on Android 4.4,[149] 3rd party browsers Yes[150] ? ? ?
Browser text reflow[151] No, removed on Android 4.4[152][153] 5+: Only on pages with reader mode available[154][155] 3rd party browsers on prior versions[156] No No No
Browser Reader Mode No,[157] 3rd party software[158][159] 5+[154][155] Yes No[160] No
Browser open PDFs without storing No Yes No No No
Browser file upload 2.2+[161] 9+;
6–8: Limited
Yes 1.0.7+[162] Yes
Browser form navigation Next button[163] Previous, Next, AutoFill, and Done buttons[164] ? ? ?
Browser private browsing mode 3.0+ with AOSP browser[165] or with Chrome for Android 5+[166] Yes 1.1.6+[167] Yes
Offline web apps Yes[168] Yes[169][170][171] No ? Yes
HTTP Live Streaming 3+[172] 3+[173] No ‹See Tfd›?[174] Yes
WebRTC Yes[175] 11+[176] No No Yes

Communication and connectivity[edit]

Communication and connectivity
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Unified Inbox No,[177] but 3rd party apps available[178] Yes Yes Yes ?
Email sync protocols supported POP3, IMAP, MAPI POP3, IMAP, MAPI, ActiveSync[179] POP3, IMAP POP3, IMAP, ActiveSync ?
Non-carrier-based integrated messaging Google Hangouts 5+ (iMessage)[180] ? 3rd party software 3rd party software
Visual voicemail 2.1+[181] Yes ? ? ?
Call log duration Yes[182] Yes[183] ? Yes Yes
Multiple mobile phones per contact Yes Yes ? Yes Yes
Contact groups 4+[184] or 3rd party software[185] Via iCloud or 3rd party software[186] Yes No[187] ?
Voice over IP Yes (SIP)[188] or 3rd party software[189] FaceTime; 3rd party software[190] No[191] 3rd party software 3rd party software
NFC payment software Available on any device that supports the hardware. Android Pay for NFC payments available in Play Store.[192] 8+: iPhone 6/6 Plus and later (iPhone 5 and later if used with Apple Watch), via Apple Pay Samsung Pay No No
Tethering Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot, USB, Bluetooth 4.3+: Personal Hotspot (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB; carrier dependent) microUSB, Bluetooth 3.0, Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot, USB, Bluetooth Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot
USB On-The-Go 3.1+[193][194] 13+;[195]
9+: Only for connecting cameras
No Yes Yes
Direct file transfer over Wi-Fi Direct 4+[52] and selected devices[196][197] No, 3rd party software on jailbroken devices No, was available on bada 2+,[198] but removed on Tizen No[199] No
DHCP v4 Yes Yes ? ? ?
DHCP v6 No Yes ? ? ?
Direct file transfer over Bluetooth 2+[200] AirDrop:
7+: Between iOS only;
8+: Between Mac/iOS only. (Note: AirDrop utilizes Wi-Fi as well)
No, was available on bada,[201] but removed on Tizen Yes[202] but limited to images, videos and contacts No
Direct file transfer over NFC No, removed on Android 10 No 2+[198] No No

Language and inputs[edit]

Language and inputs
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Non-English languages support Partial[203] Yes[204][205][206] Limited (Search is not diacritical mark-insensitive) Yes Yes
Underlining spell checker 2.3+[207][208] Yes[209] No ? No
Built-in system-wide dictionary Built into keyboard app. Available on every device.[210] 5+[211] No Yes Yes
Autoexpanding text replacements Yes 5+[212] ? ? ?
Keyboard next word prediction No,[213] 3rd party software[214] 8+[215] No Yes Yes
Keyboard cursor controller Google Keyboard;[216][217] 12+;[218]
9-11: Only on devices with 3D Touch;[219]
No No Yes
Optical character recognition input method No[220] 11+: Notes app;[221]
8+: Only for inputting credit card details[222]
No No No
Third party input methods Yes[223] 8+ ? ? ?
Gesture text input 4+[224] 13+;[225]
8+: 3rd party software like SwiftKey
? No[226] No
Emoji support 4.4+[227] Yes[228] ? 2.2.0+[229] 3rd party software[230] Yes

Maps and navigation[edit]

Maps and navigation
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Safe driving mode 3rd party software 11+[231] ? ? ?
Turn-by-turn navigation 2+[232] 6+[233] ? Yes 3rd party software
Offline maps 3rd party software Google Maps,[234] Here WeGo 6+[235] ? 3rd party software 3rd party software
Alternative routes in maps Yes[236] 5+[237][238] ? 3rd party software 3rd party software

Media playback and controls[edit]

Media playback and controls
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Audio playback 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[239] 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[240] AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MP3, Vorbis, WAV[241] MP3, FLAC, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, ALAC, AC3, DTS, Opus, Vorbis ?
Video playback H.263, H.264 (up to Baseline Profile), H.265 HEVC, MPEG-4 SP, DivX, XviD, VP8, VP9[239] (WMV on 3rd party software like VLC media player) H.264 (up to High Profile), MPEG-4, M-JPEG[240] H.263, H.264, MPEG-4 Part 2[241] MPEG-4, H264, H263,[242] although audio in recorded videos is out of sync[243] ?
Wired video out 4K on 6+[244] Up to 1080p via HDMI[245] or VGA,[246] 576p/480p via component[247] or composite;[248] No No[249] Yes
Wired digital audio output 5+ USB Audio[250] 7+: USB Audio[251] No No Yes
Wireless video/audio streaming to set top boxes/TVs/speakers 4.2+ Miracast,[252] but DLNA[253] only available on selected devices AirPlay[254] DLNA[255] ? Yes
Media player on-device playlist creation Yes[256] Yes[60] ? Yes Yes
Media player video scrubbing Yes Yes ? ? ?
Media player audio scrubbing Yes Yes ? ? ?
Media player fine scrubbing No,[257] 3rd party software like VLC media player, basic fine scrubbing removed on 4+[258] Yes[259] ? ? ?
Media player double speed playing 6+[260] Only Podcasts[261] ? ? ?

Peripheral support[edit]

Peripheral support
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Bluetooth keyboard 2.3+;[262] previous versions via 3rd party software[263] Yes[264] No Yes[265][266] Yes
USB keyboard 3.1+[262] With Camera Connection Kit[267] No Yes Yes
Interchangeable external memory cards Yes[268] Only for photo/video import with an optional accessory Yes[269] Yes Yes

Photo and video[edit]

Photo and video
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Camera focus at specified point 2.3+[270] Yes[60] ? 1.0.4+[271] Yes
Camera exposure metering from specified point No,[272] available on some phones.[273][274] Yes[275] No ? No
On device picture info (including Exif data) Only date and location; more with 3rd party software[276] Only date and location; more with 3rd party software[277] No ? Yes
On device picture categorization No[278] 3rd party software like TouchWiz[279] 5+[280] No ? No
On device picture description and search No[281] 10+: Items/objects in picture;[282]
7+: Only date and location[283]
No ? No
Turn off shutter sound In silent mode[284] In silent mode[285] In silent mode In silent mode[286] No
Picture crop Yes 5+[287] No Yes Yes
Photo rotation Yes 5+[287] No Yes Yes
Photo red-eye reduction 2.3+[288] 5+[287] No No[289] No
HDR photos option 4.2+, some manufacturers earlier[290] Yes[291] No No[292] Yes
Photo/video import from memory cards Yes With Camera Connection Kit[267] Yes Yes Yes
Video trim 2.3+ Yes No ? No

Productivity[edit]

Productivity
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Multitasking Yes 7+;[293]
4–6: Limited[294]
2+[111] Yes Yes
Quick app switching 7+[295] 9+: via 3D Touch;[296]
5+: only on iPad[297]
No No Yes
Document-centric multitasking 5+[298] 13+: can open different views of same app side by side[299] No No No
Split-screen app usage 7+, some manufacturers earlier[300] 9+: only on iPad with 2 GB RAM or more[301] Yes[302] No [303] Tablet-only
Desktop interactive widgets Yes 10+: App icons via 3D Touch and/or dedicated widget screen[304] No Yes No
Lock screen widgets Yes (Notifications and settings). Full Widgets on Android 4.2–4.4 only.[305][306] Media player, voicemail, camera;[307]
5+: Notifications;
7+: Control Center
8+: Interactive Notifications[308]
10+: Full widgets[304]
Media player; Notifications (SMS, call) Yes No
Notification view widgets 4.1+: Google Now and possible with 3rd party apps 8+ No Yes No
Quick settings toggles 2+[309] 7+[310] No Via the Patchmanager app[311] Yes
Search multiple internal apps at once Yes Yes Yes No[312] Yes
Settings search 5+ or 3rd party software like LineageOS[313] 9+[314] No No Yes
Search all fields of internal objects Only search Contacts name field but not any other field[315] 6+[316] Only searches contacts by name First name, last name, nickname, also the multiple field called "Details"[317]|?
Core apps missing search Calendar[318] (available since 3+ and HTC Sense) Bookmarks[319] ? ? ?
Phone number links to dialer Available in stock Android, but not all devices enable it.[320] Yes Yes, but not in browser Yes Yes
Addresses links to maps In Contacts, but not in Calendar[321] nor in Gmail[322] Yes[323] ? Yes ?
Dates links to calendar No Yes[324] Yes Yes ?

Ringtones and alerts[edit]

Ringtones and alerts
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Custom ringtones Yes Yes[325] Yes Yes Yes
Custom SMS/MMS tones Yes[326] 5+[327] ? Yes No
Custom vibrate alert patterns No,[328] possible on some Samsung devices such as Galaxy S III, but limited[329] 5+[330][331] ? API available for 3rd party apps No
Dismiss repeating alarm clock before trigger 4.4+[332] No[333] No ? Yes
Tap to snooze[334] 3rd party apps[335] Yes No Swipe down Yes

Security and privacy[edit]

Security and privacy
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Proxy server 3.1+[336] but only global, not per connection[337] and only works for the browser[338] 3rd party apps available[339] Yes Yes Yes[340] No
On-device encryption 3+[341] but insecure on Qualcomm devices[342] Yes[343] (3rd party software may attempt brute-force attacks on password[344]) No 3.3.0+[345] No
External storage encryption 6+ External storage not available No Yes No
Zero knowledge encryption[346] No, data is accessible by Google[347] and shared with the American PRISM surveillance program.[348] No, data stored on iCloud is accessible by Apple[349] and shared with the American PRISM surveillance program.[348] ? ? No
Privacy of synchronization[350] 3rd party software like ownCloud[351] When synchronizing locally and not using iCloud ? ? ?
Sync to cloud communication encryption 2.3.4+[352] Yes[353] ? ? ?
Wireless anti-tracking[354] Developer Options (9+)[355] 8+[356] No ? No
Remote device location tracking Yes[357] Yes[358] ? ? No
Remote device locking and/or data wipe 2.2+[359] Yes[358] ? ? No
End-to-end encrypted push notifications Possible, notifications are handled by the app that can decrypt it[110] Possible since iOS 7, where the app can handle the notification and decrypt it[360] ? ? Yes
SSH Client Yes Yes[361][362] ? Yes Yes
VPN Yes[363] Yes[364] ? Yes Yes
OpenVPN No, but possible with 3rd party firmware[365] Yes[366] ? Yes Yes
WPA PEAP Yes[367] Yes[368] ? In developer mode[369] Yes

Sound and voice[edit]

Sound and voice
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Separate volume for ringtone and media Yes Yes ? Yes Yes
Voice commands Yes[370] 5+ (Siri) ? 3rd party software, such as Saera[371] No
Offline voice commands 6+[372] Yes[373] ? No No
Voice recognition Yes 5+ (Siri) ? No No
Offline voice recognition 4.1+[374] Limited, only calling and music playback[375] No No No
Non-English voice recognition Yes Yes[206] ? No No
Sound recorder Very limited (Doesn't work in background[376] and not voice controlled) 3+: Limited (Not voice controlled)[377][378] Partial 3rd party software[379] 3rd party software
Call recorder Prevented by OS restrictions,[380] but possible with 3rd party firmware[381] 3rd party software[382] No Disabled by default, must be interactively switched on during a call when enabled / 3rd party software[383] ?
Sound trim No,[384] but 3rd party software available[385] Yes[386] ? ? ?

Other features[edit]

Other features
Feature Android iOS Tizen Sailfish OS Ubuntu Touch
Non-intrusive incoming calls 5+[387] or 3rd party software[388] 14+[389] No No[390] ?
Non-intrusive notifications Yes[391] 5+[108] ? ? ?
Move apps to external storage 2.2+[392] External storage not allowed for apps No No No
Remote Frame Buffer (RFB) protocol Yes[393] 3rd party software[394] ? ? ?
Screencast on device 11+[395] 9+[396] No No Yes
Screencast over USB 4.4+ over USB,[122] for prior versions root required for 3rd party app[397] 8+: on OS X[398] No ? No
Screen share On select devices using vendor's implementation[399][400][401] 3rd party software[402] No No No

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