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Google and Apple have both now published development previews of their future portable OSes. Incidentally, both iOS 9 and Android M this year focus primarily on the release of a more robust platform, although each of them also brings some decent new functionality to the market. Now that both portable platform can already be deployed on supporting device, it's up to you to see what these beta's look like side by side.
Portable enthousiast Phone Arena has taken both iOS 9 Beta 1 and Android M development previews for a Spin and put together a bunch of pictures comparing their key functions. Both iOS 9 and Android M generally look the same in comparison to iOS 8 and Android Lollipop.
Both Apple and Google held on to their original designs and focused instead on power and dependability. Apple, for example, has superseded the Helvetica Neue fonts with San Francisco in iOS 9, which you'll immediately realize if you're a loyal iOS customer. Google, on the other hand, has taken the dialler off the lock screen and substituted it with a language locator.
Talking of searching, both iOS 9 and Android M have amazing new wizards. Google has enhanced Siri and wants to provide more Google Now functionality with Proactive, while Google's Google Now has even more advanced functionality, with Now on Tap. The Android M offers a black user interface, adjustable tiling, random access memory administration, a revised hierarchical display, and others, while the iOS 9 preferences include a searching engine, new batteries managment options, cameras, wallet, and other easy to see optimizations that could make a big difference. iOS 9's options include a variety of options, new options for searching, new options for managing batteries, cameras, wallet, and other easy to see optimizations.
The Phone Arena also emphasizes Apple's new iOS 9 cameras - small changes designed to further enhance usability - and the new changer that concentrates on applications rather than other items, similar to Android M. On the other hand, Google is taking a new look at application privileges and giving consumers more power than ever before.
A few pictures with iOS 9 vs. Android M screen shots are shown below, more of which are available at the sources page.