Google™ Android™ 2.3 Gingerbread OS Ported To iPhone®

iPhone is one of the most advanced mobile phones which are available. Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS has now been ported to iPhone. This is such good news to all iPhone users. Don’t you know that Android 2.3 is very popular in all smartphones, 4G devices and other mobile phones around the world today? Everyone is now talking about Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, and its extraordinary functions for so long.

Androids have been very famous because of fast and effective uses. No one expects it to improve so assertively compared to other mobile platforms. And now, Android 2.3 also known as Gingerbread came from Google’s mobile operating system which became so surprising when ported to iPhone. Android 2.2 Froyo was successfully ported for iPhone last June 2010 which started the need to port Android 2.3 to iPhone. Because of this, it has come up into a conclusion that Apple phones can run two operating systems which are the iOS and Android where you are bound to boot and choose between the two OS on what you prefer to use. So, what is really inside of Android 2.3 Gingerbread and why are there a lot of mobile phone users who are craving to have it as their phone’s standard OS?

All its features are new and well-improved. That means, it aims to make the user feel comfortable and satisfied while doing their work using their phone. Android 2.3 offers NFC (Near Field Communication) support and organizes apps and menus. You can always check any application that currently runs in your phone and see how much storage it consumes.

If you are not sure about your grammar or spelling while typing a message, Android 2.3 enables voice mode feature to correct any typos. There are lots of cool features that Android 2.3 OS can provide and luckily, you can have it all in your iPhone. With this, you can access the latest and advanced mobile stuffs using Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS without being left behind by the newest smart phones and 4Gs.

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