If you're Apple iOS 8 Firmware user having iOS Devices i.e. iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, then probably you won't be familiar with Google's latest mobile operating system flagship called "Android L" available for Android smartphones and tablets. Android L is a successor of previously released Android KitKat 4.4 version, Whereas iOS 8 Firmware is a successor of iOS 7 Firmware. For exploration and to give experience of Android flavor to iOS users, and to give iOS flavor to Android users, we are presenting new exciting features, functionality, icons, user-interface elements of both iOS vs. Android competitors to users. This article will show you Differences, Changes, Side-by-Side Visual Graphical Comparison of iOS 8 vs. Android L Features, Icons, UI Elements and Functionality.
Currently, iOS 8 is under development process just like Android L, iOS 8 Beta and Android L Developer Preview beta is publicly available for testing and experimental purpose by users and developers. Android L build version is still undisclosed by Google, but many are guessing it will be Android 4.5 or Android 5.0 version, and also Android L is guessing as "Lemon-lime, Lollipop, Lemon Drop or Lemonade" by most of the users. You can see the Before and After Images of iOS 8 and Android L Features, Icons, UI Elements, Functionality Comparisons i.e. Lock Screen, Home Screen, Phone App, Calendar App, Calculator App, Keyboard App, Notifications Center, Settings App, Multitasking, Control Center / Quick Toggles, Quick-Reply / Lock Screen Notifications and lots more. Shared images are contributed by 'Redmond Pie'. Check out the Infographic, Screenshots & Images based on Comparison of iOS 8 Firmware User Interface with Android L Firmware User Interface.
Differences, Changes and Comparison of iOS 8 and Android L via Visual Images