Even when apps come to Android, it's often months or years after they debut on iPhone. Temple Run and Instagram are two big-name examples of that phenomenon. Nvidia has done marvelous work nurturing game developers for Tegra devices, but it's a relative drop in the bucket compared to the tide of iPhone app supremacy.
iPhone apps tend to look better, too. Take CNN's app as an example. On Android, it's perfectly functional. But the iPhone app has slightly larger images, a prettier background, and time stamps on the stories. Looking at something like the Facebook app, which has the same functionality on both platforms, explains a bit of the difference. The iPhone's fonts are tighter, more precise and better kerned. White-on-gray number badges are a little bolder, and there's a better balance between icon and text size. See the slideshow for more. More at PC Mag.
What do you think? Do iOS apps and particularly games look better than their Android counterparts?