There are two mobile operating systems that really matter nowadays, Android and iOS. There was a time when iOS enjoyed a larger library of apps over its chief rival. At that time, many developers chose to develop apps first for the Apple mobile operating system because of its sizable user base and its lucrative nature. Now however, things have changed quite a bit. Android simply dominates when it comes to total market share in the mobile operating system space. And because of Apple’s restrictions on app publishing, it might be a better idea to go with an Android-first app development strategy. If you’re looking to develop a mobile app but are confused as to which platform to develop it first on, then this infographic from Rootstrap is perfect for you. It outlines various objective reasons why developing an appfirst for the Android OS can be beneficial towards a successful app launch.
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