THE BIG APPLE, THE SMALL DROID.
One on One.
The iTunes App Store contains pricy apps. Well, so does the Google Play. But when it comes to who makes the user pay more? Defintley Apple. While famous apps like Angry Birds on the Apple App Store cost a cheap and average $0.99, on Google Play, it's free! The downside though, is the many ads that come with it.
Cheaper. But not so good for a screenwriting app.
Apple App Store
Costs more. But a very good mobile and on the go screenwriting app.
Windows App Store
No such thing.
Delevoping and submiting an app for both of these store differ. There is no cost to submit an app to Apple in the Apple App Store. Although, there is an annual $99 developer registration fee. As for Google play, it cost $25 upfront.
Both Stores Are Easy To Tccess!
You can reach both stores through tablets, web browsers, and through portable devices. They both look different, and all focus on the same areas of entertainment. Having both softwares, I can say that the iTunes Store of iOS 6.1 is a little buggy, but easy to use. Google play is also easy to navigate. It rarely crashes on me. In fact, I'm not sure it ever has.