Android 7.0 Nougat is now out, and while only owners of recent Nexus device such as the Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Pixel C, or Nexus 9 tablet currently get the benefit of this release, it's clear that Google is moving in the right direction.
While I'm not going to talk too much about iOS 10 here, I wrote about it a month ago here, and while the operating system has refined over more betas, I still find myself frustrated by the odd usability and user interface choices that Apple has made. It's hard to ignore the fact that Nougat seems like a more solid, user-focused platform, while even the latest builds of iOS 10 feel like Apple is fumbling about trying to cram more random features into the platform.
It's just a shame that most Android users won't see this release for months, if at all.
Apple, you're playing catch-up.
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