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Benefits of using berkeley JE insted of SQLite for android  RSS feed

 
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I am new to android and as all the android applications are written in java,
I was wondering which is the best Database that can be used for android.
I came across some of the database which can be used like berkeley JE, touchDB, SQLite(native for android),H2.
But I am not able to figure out in which type of application Berkeley JE benefit me, as compared to SQLite.

Can anyone help me to figure it out?

also keen to know on which type of application the native SQLite is better then Berkeley JE
 
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thanks in advance
 
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