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Subhash Pavuskar
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Which is best to learn (IPhone or Android).And which one have more benefits IPhone Versus Android ?
 
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Best in what respect? Prettiest device colors? One person's benefits are another person's drawbacks :-) You'll have to be more specific.
 
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Best with respect to current market status !!! Actually i wanna join course on android and i asked to my friend regarding this he is working on android and he said better i go with iphone because there less amount of job openings and project on android compare to iphone. Is that true?


Tim Moores wrote:Best in what respect? Prettiest device colors? One person's benefits are another person's drawbacks :-) You'll have to be more specific.
 
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While "market status" is still a very vague term, the answer obviously depends on which job market you're looking at. Anecdotally, I see more opportunities for Android developers.
 
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Subhash,
Android is easier to learn.
Also you can develop an app and put it on android market for some specified price
 
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Naishadh Parmar wrote:Subhash,
Android is easier to learn.
Also you can develop an app and put it on android market for some specified price

Why it is easier to learn? This is only an opinion and varies from one person to another.
Personally I find iOS development is much more intuitive than Android development.
 
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... not to mention that iOS apps also can be offered in Apple's App Store for sale. So that is not a distinguishing characteristic.

Obviously, Android would be faster to learn for someone who is familiar with Java, whereas Objective-C has only a superficial resemblance to C or C++.
 
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... not to mention that iOS apps also can be offered in Apple's App Store for sale. So that is not a distinguishing characteristic.

Obviously, Android would be faster to learn for someone who is familiar with Java, whereas Objective-C has only a superficial resemblance to C or C++


Exactly, Android is much more easier to learn than Objective-C.
 
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Naishadh Parmar wrote:Exactly, Android is much more easier to learn than Objective-C.

You missed my point: Only so if you start out knowing Java.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:
Naishadh Parmar wrote:Exactly, Android is much more easier to learn than Objective-C.

You missed my point: Only so if you start out knowing Java.

Exactly!
 
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Okay man!!
 
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