Is Android Really the ‘Open’ Platform?

Much has been claimed by Google ever since the infant days of its Android mobile operating system. The claim it has seemed to champion the most is that its platform is open by nature. One of the biggest complaints about iOS has been Apple’s lockdown policy, so naturally, Google would want to make its platform’s openness a main selling point. Lately, though, it is starting to become apparent that Android isn’t as “open” as we were led to believe.

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