Google’s Android software updates exposed by Apple
2 months ago 77 Samuel

Google and Android have recently released their latest versions of their OS, Android 10 and iOS 13 respectively.


The two new pieces of software have a ton of new features that users love, but Apple has recently pointed out a major issue with how new software is released by Google.

Apple, once the software is ready and tested, will release it to all of its users where it can easily be installed from the settings app. In the meantime, Google releases its software to a select number of devices first, slowly rolling it out to all the others until it is available to be installed to all the devices.

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The new software is usually released to the Google Pixel line-up first

Now, once the new software is rolled out to your device, it can easily be installed from the settings menu, but for other devices, can be installed manually by installing an SDK package from the Android developer website.

This means that Google cannot boast the number of users with its newest software like how Apple can until further into their rollout.  Which whilst necessarily not being bad software, gives the impression that it is as it seems as if not many users have installed it. 

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