When it comes to mobile gaming, Android has a better gaming experience than iOS 8 and Windows 10 – and it’s not even close to Windows 10
Engadgets by Chris Hulshof, Tom Stelmach and Andrew Bostock have been running a series of articles about mobile gaming and its future, as well as a number of reviews.
The article on Android gaming was originally published in January 2018, and covers a range of topics.
It’s been a busy couple of months for us as we look back at 2018.
As you might expect, the article was an outlier on many counts, with the article focusing on Android’s strengths and shortcomings.
But while the Android gaming article wasn’t the best article on mobile gaming ever, it’s a good read for those of us who have grown tired of reading about mobile devices, as they’re still a part of our lives, and our culture.
Let’s have a look at what we learned, and what the future holds for gaming in the mobile world.1.
Android gaming is a bigger deal than iOS gaming2.
iOS is more profitable than Android3.
Android games are more accessible than iOS4.
Android game developers are more profitable and have more staff5.
Android is more likely to have a strong presence in a country6.
Android has higher mobile penetration than iOS7.
Android gamers play on more platforms8.
Android isn’t the fastest platform on the planet9.
Android can be a niche game, but it can be great fun10.
Android will probably always be the gaming platform for the next five years11.
Android devices are more mobile-centric than iOS12.
Android apps have a wider audience than iOS apps13.
Android dominates in gaming apps14.
Android developers have a higher rate of app churn than iOS developers15.
Android users spend less time on the phone than iOS users16.
Android players are more likely than iOS players to have multiple devices17.
Android owners spend more time online than iOS owners18.
Android market share is growing faster than iOS market share19.
Android software and services are getting better and better20.
Android sales are increasing faster than iPhone sales21.
Android smartphones are more powerful and more customizable22.
Android phones are more affordable23.
Android PCs are getting faster and cheaper24.
Android tablets are getting cheaper25.
Android TV devices are getting smaller and cheaper26.
Android TVs are getting more powerful, more powerful tablets27.
Android phone users are more loyal to their phones, and less likely to switch devices28.
Android’s market share will remain stagnant in the next 10 years29.
There’s a lot of money to be made in Android30.
Android hardware is a bit cheaper than iOS devices31.
Android was built to be a desktop OS, not a smartphone OS32.
iOS users are a lot more likely and more engaged on mobile phones33.
Android OS is more open than iOS OS34.
Android device manufacturers are more efficient35.
Android smartphone users are also more likely, more likely in-person, and more likely online36.
Android and iOS smartphones are the most popular Android and iPhone operating systems, with iPhone second.
But Android’s dominance in smartphones is still growing, and Apple is losing market share to Android on the desktop.37.
Android, iOS and Windows PCs are still dominant, but the Android-powered Windows 10 PC is in its third year of life38.
Android-based devices are still the most commonly used desktop operating system.
However, the average Android PC owner is using an Android-compatible Windows 10 laptop, or an Android smartphone.39.
Windows 10 users are spending more time on their phones than iOS-using users40.
Windows-based Windows PCs have higher monthly spend than iOS PCs41.
Windows PCs run Windows 10 more frequently42.
Windows OS and Windows Mobile devices are running more Windows-compatible apps43.
Windows and Android phones both have a high adoption rate44.
Windows is a popular mobile OS, but Windows-powered smartphones are becoming more popular than Android phones45.
The majority of smartphone users on Android have only been using Windows phones for a year or two46.
The most popular mobile operating system on Android is Windows.47.
The Android operating system is gaining traction, but there’s a growing interest in Windows based Android devices.48.
Windows devices are much more popular among Windows 10 customers49.
Windows Phone is in the process of becoming more of a mainstream operating system50.
Windows phones are becoming less popular50.
Android gets a lot less market share than iOS for the first time.51.
Windows phone and Android are the fastest growing mobile operating systems in the US.
But Windows is growing slower than iOS in terms of market share52.
Microsoft’s new mobile operating platform called Windows 10 will run on PCs, phones and tablets.53.
Windows users are less likely than iPhone users to switch phones, but they are more interested in switching to a Windows phone54.
Android also dominates the desktop operating systems.
However Android is gaining market share in the desktop, but is still losing to iOS in the browser