Want to share that new web page you found with all your friends on Google+? Need to share that photo in your gallery with someone on Pinterest? Don’t get an iPhone 5s. Android has a universal sharing menu that allows you to post photos, videos or text from any app with shareable content to any social network, email client, chat client or other app that can share. If someone invents a new social network tomorrow, the powers that be at Google don’t have to bless it in order for it to appear on the menu.
Unfortunately, iOS requires each app to have its own fixed list of share options which are enabled by the developer. Safari and the iOS photo gallery can share with Facebook, Twitter and Flickr, but not with other services such as Google+, Pinterest or Imgur.
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