Windows 8 vs Android 4.1

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Which among these two OS's is best ?

Can anyone list the complete features for windows 8 and Android 4.1 ?

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Windows 8 vs Android 4.1



Android bases its mapping system on Google maps bringing Street View, 3D and indoor mapping..

Windows Phone 8 uses Bing Maps. On the other hand, its new system is hardly shocking. Nut now Windows phone 8 uses Nokia mapping systems, bringing 3D street navigation, and Nokia's Navteq Traffic Service.


Windows Phone 8 builds upon the easy to recognize system of "Live Tiles” which are squares placed on the home screen that represent different apps, such as a music player or for messaging, that are interactive..

Android 4.1 takes the customizable home screens to the next level. Widgets have been always been the heart of the Android OS, , with home screens adapting to accommodate the placement and resizing of your widgets. These are also easily removed with a quick swipe upwards in edit mode.

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Windows 8 vs Android 4.1


Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has undergone massive advancements over its predecessors and has now become one of the consistent and sharpest mobile operating system in the market.

Google has made significant enhancements even if its previous version was already impressive like the 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or the ICS and the 3.2 Honeycomb tablet-exclusive operating system.

Honeycomb started a new look for the Android operating system that has evolved until Ice Cream Sandwich and into Jelly Bean. It features a bright blue menu with interface elements placed on a black background with white text that uses a very neat and clean-looking font. On the other hand, Microsoft is expanding Windows Phone 8 with what they started in Windows Phone 7.

You can now add more Live Tiles on the screen space of Windows Phone 8.

The tiles are now more customizable where you can shrink them down until four can occupy the space of a standard tile.

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