Some have said that iOS is now more stable than Android, others are slicing up the data any which way they want. Here's the numbers (and of course, I've done up a chart below for those of you who like pictures):
|iOS 6||2.5||Ice Cream Sandwich||0.7|
|iOS 7.0||2.1||Jelly Bean||0.7|
|iOS 7.1||1.6||Kit Kat||0.7|
For me, I look at it this way:
iOS 7 is 85% of the iPhone user base, and they're having over 2% crash rate. Whereas Android 4+ are over 75% and are exhibiting less than 1%. To me that says that there are a lot more iPhone users having crash issues than Android.
I won't say iPhone is 2x buggier, but the back of the napkin math can almost validate it.
How about you? How much crashing do you feel you're experience?