More apps crash on iOS than Android. Is this really the case

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More apps crash on iOS than Android. Is this really the case

on iOS Developers at Mar 15, 2018 07:38

Recently a blog post was in the news, which detailed that iOS devices suffer 3 times more crash than Android. As a result, Android has more users than iOS.

But are these stats true or they are just made up? How much reliability is in the facts?

Read the blog and find out.

https://appleinsider.com/articles/18/03/13/the-mystery-of-crashing-apps-on-ios-and-android

Re: More apps crash on iOS than Android. Is this really the

on iOS Developers at May 16, 2018 11:37

That was interesting, especially this part that raises sincere concerns for the iOS app developers.
Any changes to how an OS works (and its underlying APIs used by developers) can cause problems for app developers. Apple not has not only been aggressively rolling out major software updates and new features, but has also been rapidly pushing these changes into the mainstream. There appears to be a clear correlation between new updates and app crashes associated with these OS changes.

It's hard to tell which of the two crashes more often, as there are many other variable factors involved. Nonetheless, developers and investors now have another reason to keep their apps updated in concurrence with the OS updates released by Apple.

Re: More apps crash on iOS than Android. Is this really the

on iOS Developers at May 17, 2018 08:41

No matter what mobile app development platform you consider, app crash remains a prevalent issue for the developers, affecting the ratings and download rate of their mobile apps.
If you wish to prevent the same in your case, it’s highly important for you to look forward to testing and quality assurance processes.

Re: More apps crash on iOS than Android. Is this really the

on iOS Developers at May 17, 2018 13:43

It was in 2017 when a technology group stated in its report that apps crash almost three times more in iPhones than Android. One of the reasons to be coined for such accidents in mobile app development is the frequent updates in the operating system of iOS back to back caused the stability issues for the third party apps whereas Google does not bring in updates to Android at a high frequency and has an advantage of being open source. iOS vs Android app development also read: http://www.fluper.com/blog/android-vs-ios-mobile-application-platforms/

Re: More apps crash on iOS than Android. Is this really the

on iOS Developers at May 17, 2018 14:39

However, Android, it should be noted, allows developers to push updates faster than Apple. With Android developers can just send an update to its code, which can show up almost in real-time. But for iOS it can takes days or a week for an update to show up. That means there can be more app crashes while those updates are waiting to happen. Whereas with Android, presumably if developers know there's a bug they can immediately fix it.
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