Here's what they had to say about each operating system...
iOS 7: 73.25
Apple has achieved its goal to move iOS into the modern smartphone era. Despite some controversial design aspects, iOS 7 is pleasant and more fluid to use than other mobile operating systems—and it does not look like any competing system on the market. It will be interesting what the longterm impact of iOS7 will be—in any case, market penetration is likely to be significantly faster than that of any other new mobile operating system.
iOS 6: 70
iOS 6 is still the simplest mobile operating system, especially for very inexperienced users, but that simplicity comes at the price of efficiency and integration features that the operating system lacks. In the context of smartphone use, the absence of these features is a handicap, since, unlike tablets, smartphones rely much more on tight integration of repeatedly used key apps and services.
Android (Samsung): 57.25
load and half-baked innovations that are a distraction rather than a help.
Blackberry 10: 56.37
Blackberry 10 has a lot of promise—the basic idea behind the Blackberry Hub is a clever take on the notifications feature in iOS and Android—but the operating system is hampered by inconsistencies, unexpected behaviors and user experience friction that
make it frustrating to use.
Windows Phone 8: 47.25
In its current state, Windows Phone 8 is a strange mixture of slick, original design—and a surprising disregard for key usability, not to mention the lack of some key user experience features such as customization options, pervasive notifications, or quick access to key settings. It is highly likely that some of these features will pop up in future software upgrades, but as of today, Windows Phone 8 is not very competitive in terms of overall user experience.
What do you think? Are these conclusions consistent with your personal experience? You can find the full 19 page report at the link below...
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