Both Android and iOS are filled to the rafters with cool features to help simplify their user’s life. The main difference here, however, are the ways in which Apple and Google go about these features.
While iOS offers a rigid and straightforward set of apps, Google’s Android allows for way more customization and freedom to mix things up to how you like it. Though iOS is definitely a nice and clean operating system, making it practical for many users, others tend to prefer the ability to alter many of the features in Google’s offering.
In terms of the actual features on offer, both are very similar. Each has its own email, personal assistant, cloud storage, weather, mobile payment options, and battery saving features. On this point, it really comes down to whether you want a little more freedom in the apps you use. Other than that, these two are locked in a stalemate.