“As it turns out, the way Apple tackles multitasking is fundamentally different from how Google handles the job–and that difference speaks volumes about Apple’s mature interface polish as opposed to Google’s work-in-progress, developer-optimized approach,” Perenson reports.
“Android needs to take better charge of its own app management, in an integrated and cohesive fashion,” Perenson reports. “Much the way Apple has done.”
Perenson reports, “The bottom line is that, in its visual implementation, Apple’s handling of multitasking is more approachable and elegant. Android’s multitasking has the advantage of working with all apps, but the way it’s implemented lacks grace and vision.”
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