First to the race: Apple or Android?


It's the question that sets conversation on fire amongst the nerdier crowds: who was first to the race with a particular feature: Apple with its iPhone or Google with one of its countless army of Android phones?

Well, how about we ask you directly, so that you can check your knowledge of the two platforms?

The rules are simple: we ask the questions now and we're looking forward to your answers in the comments section, where the civilized discussion takes place.

On Monday, we reveal the correct answers with a little back story for those who are curious to learn why and how events happened in the history of our current world of iPhone and Android devices. Let's start with the first ten questions:

#1: Who came up first with an on-screen keyboard?

Who came up first with an on-screen keyboard?

Android
32.72%
Apple iOS
67.28%

#2: Who was the first to have a fully functional modern app store?

Who was the first to have a fully functional modern app store?

Android
23.84%
Apple iOS
76.16%

#3: Who was the first to feature 4K video recording?

Who was the first to feature 4K video recording?

Android
95.69%
Apple iOS
4.31%

#4: Which platform was first to have widgets?

Which platform was first to have widgets?

Android
95.93%
Apple iOS
4.07%

#5: Who was the first to have multitasking?

Who was the first to have multitasking?

Android
87.29%
Apple iOS
12.71%

#6: First with a 64-bit system chip?

First with a 64-bit system chip?

Android
28.02%
Apple iOS
71.98%

#7: First with a fingerprint scanner?

First with a fingerprint scanner?

Android
49.25%
Apple iOS
50.75%

#8: Which platform was the first with a phone payment system (via NFC)?

Which platform was the first with a phone payment system (via NFC)?

Android
78.01%
Apple iOS
21.99%

#9: Who was the first to offer split-screen multitasking?

Who was the first to offer split-screen multitasking?

Android
93.46%
Apple iOS
6.54%

#10: First with voice actions?

First with voice actions?

Android
0%
Apple iOS
0%

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