Android users are BETTER drivers, but iPhone users are EMOTIONAL! View this interesting study

Android users prove to be much better drivers as compared to iPhone users. Here are all the details you need to know.

Your smartphone says a lot about you – your preferences, your mood, your attitude and a lot of things! Did you know that it can also indicate what kind of driver you are? Yes, no kidding! A new study now suggests you can figure out the quality of your driving based on what phone you’re using. As the headline suggests, Android smartphone users were found to be superior here, beating those who use iPhones as their smartphone. In fact, Android users have been shown to be superior to iPhone users in almost everything when it comes to cars and vehicles.

Jerry, a smartphone car insurance comparison site, conducted a test in which the study analyzed the driving behavior of 20,000 participants. The data was collected after these people drove 13 million kilometers in 14 days. The testing conditions appear to be strict, but there is no information on whether the participants were from the same country or from different ones. Nevertheless, some interesting data emerged!

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Research shows that Android users are BETTER

“Jerry analyzed data collected from 20,000 drivers during 13 million kilometers of driving over a 14-day period. The data generated an overall driving score and subscores for acceleration, speed, braking, turning and distraction. We then grouped the results by smartphone operating system and different demographics,” the Jerry report said.

The survey found that Android users are “more open and honest” than iPhone users when it comes to driving. The users are not attracted to luxury like iPhone users, were more conscientious and showed more honesty. They also feel little temptation to break the rules, the report said.

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Things are not looking good for iPhone users here. The survey found that iPhone users were less consistent and predictable in their behavior. They are more emotional in approach and were also found to look at their phone while driving more often than Android users.

However, there were reasons behind the surprising data. The survey found that most iPhone users were younger than Android users. Hence, the age factor comes into play, with taller drivers willing to take risks and be adventurous. Older drivers, on the other hand, don’t want any risk, so the preference is to be safe there.

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