Which OS is best for your smartphone?
Which OS will be the most important for your phone?
The best Android smartphone operating system for smartphones, according to a new survey by mobile analytics firm MobileAnalytics.
While the survey is a great example of what can be accomplished with a smart phone, it is far from perfect.
Most of the smartphones surveyed had one of three operating systems: Android, Windows Phone, or iOS.
The survey included more than 2,000 people who participated in MobileAnalytic’s Smartphone Insider Program, which offers hands-on experiences with the latest devices.
Most respondents, however, only took a snapshot of their phone to make their responses public.
MobileAnalysts polled more than 500 smartphone users in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, and South Africa.
The poll included questions about the operating system’s features, security, and stability, as well as a question asking whether a smartphone’s device-specific features were a “great deal” or “poor.”
The results are below.
Mobile Analysts surveyed more than 4,000 smartphone users for the survey, and MobileAnalyzes CEO Tom Stauffer said it’s important to remember that this is a snapshot.
“The data that MobileAnalyts collected in the survey was gathered from the phone’s operating system version.
We don’t know how many smartphones were actually updated, which is important to understand,” he said in a statement.
The smartphone survey was conducted in January.
Mobile analysts, like all consumers, are constantly evolving their phones.
“Most people have a different phone than they did a year ago, or a few years ago,” Stauffer told Ars.
“So there’s no single answer, which makes the question even more difficult.
We’re trying to answer the question, ‘What’s the best Android phone?'”
MobileAnalyzers researchers also looked at smartphone models and installed software versions.
“While this was a snapshot, the Android operating system is the only one that’s been continuously updated,” Stueffer said.
“It’s the only operating system that’s used on every single phone.”
MobileAnalyzer also asked respondents whether they used a mobile device for work or school.
About half of respondents said they did, but most of those did so for personal or business reasons.
Only a quarter of those who used their phones for work reported using their phones in school, according the survey.
The other quarter of respondents who reported using mobile devices for work did so primarily for personal and educational reasons.
In the U.S., 32 percent of respondents reported using a mobile phone in school or school-related activities.
In India, 32 percent reported using the device in school.
In South Africa, 27 percent reported it.
In China, 32.4 percent reported use of a mobile, and in Japan, 28.2 percent reported.
Mobileanalysts also asked users about the apps they use on their phones, and the results were similar.
Only one-third of respondents use a mobile app for work.
“We also found that while most people do use mobile apps for work, only a quarter use the apps exclusively for work,” St.auffer explained.
“A full 70 percent use the app for personal, educational, or home purposes.”
Mobileanalyzes surveyed about 4,600 smartphone users worldwide, and more than 1,000 smartphones were used in the analysis.