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Android SDK is the software development kit for developers who want to build applications for Android platform devices. The kit contains all the tools that a developer would require to create, test and debug their Android apps.
Android SDK is open-source, easy to install and use, and is compatible with all operating systems (Linux, Windows, and Mac OS).
iOS SDK is the software development kit released by Apple in 2008. Its purpose is to give third-party iOS developers all the resources and tools they require to develop, test, debug, and distribute their iOS applications. To be eligible to make use of the iOS SDK, a developer would need to join one of the Apple iOS Developer Programs.
Android SDK is ranked 3rd in Mobile App Platforms with 1 review while Apple iOS SDK is ranked 6th in Mobile App Platforms. Android SDK is rated 8.0, while Apple iOS SDK is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Android SDK writes "Highly scalable, good community support, and reliable". On the other hand, Android SDK is most compared with Codename One, SAP Mobile Platform, Temenos Quantum and IBM MobileFirst, whereas Apple iOS SDK is most compared with .
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