The guys over at Digit have come up with test where they've looked at 1000 different parameters of mobile operating systems and try to come up with a winner in terms of usability and features. iOS and Android are obviously included and they've thrown in Windows Mobile and BlackBerry to round out the competition.
Also included in the review is the ability to set weightings for the categories that you care about and you can figure out what OS is the perfect OS for you.
How do you determine what makes a good OS? What makes iOS vs. Android or Windows Phone vs. BB10, or any other such comparison not just about the fanboyism? Is it even possible to arrive at a scientific conclusion to this question? If we look at entire eco-systems, Android and iOS are obvious choices for buyers because of the sheer amount of apps they have available. However, what’s that got to do with an answer to the question, "What’s the best designed OS out of the box?"