Computer: List of Mobile Operating Systems

A mobile operating system, also called a mobile OS, is an operating system that is specifically designed to run on mobile devices such as mobile phones, smartphones, PDAs, tablet computers and other handheld devices.
Here is a list of List of Mobile Operating Systems (OS):

OS Name

Extra Info

Latest Version

Blackberry OS Released by RIM (Research In Motion) in 1999 for its Blackberry Smartphones. BlackBerry 10
Apple iOS iOS was released in 2007 by Apple iOS 10
Android OS Released by Google in 2008  7.1.2 “Nougat”‎
Windows OS Released by Microsoft Windows 10
Sailfish OS Developed by Jolla (Iijoki)
Tizen Released in 2012 3.0
Symbian OS Developed by Nokia in 2000 and discontinued in 2013
First modern mobile OS on a smartphone
Motion eXperience Interface (MXI) OS Developed by Wireless solutions company RADIXS in 2014
World’s first universal mobile operating system.
Bada Developed by Samsung Electronics. Discontinued
Palm OS (Garnet OS) developed by Palm in 1996 especially for Personal Digital Assistance (PDA). Discontinued
Open Web OS developed by Palm but after some years it became the property of Hewlett Packard Discontinued
MeeGo Released in 2010. A mobile operating system that combined Moblin and Maemo OS Discontinued
Firefox OS Released in 2013 by Mozilla Discontinued
Ubuntu Touch Released in 2011. Mobile version of the Ubuntu operating system Discontinued recently on 5 April 2017



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  1. Ittu Si Barbie (。♥‿♥。)

    It’s Quite Interesting :))

    1. Ittu Si Barbie (。♥‿♥。)

      Thanku AZ 🙂

  2. pulkit

    1.Os- Linux
    extra info—free and open-source software–
    launched in— September 17, 1991
    devloped by–Dennis Ritchie
    ty az:)

    1. Only listed Mobile Operating Systems here

      1. pulkit

        thank you mam:)

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