Mobile Operating Systems and Application Development Platforms: A Survey
Okediran O. O., Arulogun O. T. and Ganiyu R. A.
Corresponding Author : Okediran O. O.
Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
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Received : 2014-07-10 Accepted : 2014-08-08 Published : 2014-08-08
Abstract : Earlier mobile communication technologies were dominated by vertically integrated service provision which are highly bounded mainly to voice and short message services that are organized in a monopolistic competition between few mobile virtual network operators, service providers and enhanced service providers. In the recent years, however, radical change driven by advancements in technology, witnessed the introduction and further development of smart phones where the user can get access to new applications and services by connecting to the device manufacturesâ€™ application stores and the like. These smart phones have added many features of a full-fledged computer: high speed processors, large storage space, multitasking, high-resolution screens and cameras, multipurpose communication hardware, and so on. However, these devices market is dominated by a number of different technological platforms, including different operating systems a (OS) and application development platforms, resulting in a variety of different competing solutions on the market driven by different actor. This paper detailed a review and comparative analysis of the features of these technological platforms.
Keywords : Mobile OS, Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Black-Berry OS, webOS and Symbian.
Citation : Okediran O. O. et al (2014) Mobile Operating Systems and Application Development Platforms: A Survey. J. of Advancement in Engineering and Technology. V1I4. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.999931
Copyright : © 2014 Okediran O. O.. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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