We’ve come across a report that while apps on Gingerbread crashed the most, Android is consistently more stable compared to iOS. We have the details after the break.
Crittercism, a performance monitoring company, made a State of Mobile report showing that apps running on Gingerbread crashed 1.7% of the time; but ever since it got its ICS, Jelly Bean and KitKat upgrades, the combined percentage dropped to 0.7%.
The report then compared it to Apple’s software with the iOS 6’s apps crashing 2.5% of the time, its upgraded version iOS 7 is at 2.1%, and the iOS 7.1 at 1.6%.
It’s pretty interesting how the latest Android versions proved to be the more stable system than iOS when it comes to app crashes. As you can see, Android’s three-year-old Gingerbread version fared just 0.1% higher than the new iOS 7.1.
To read the full report done by Crittercism, hit the source link below.