They both are. That's a 35 calorie difference, or less than 20%, which is entirely reasonable.
Remember that all calorie estimates are only estimates. Every device uses its own algorithms to calculate actual burn, based on different variables. The more variables it uses, the better.
So 190/225 is both things saying "around 200 calories, give or take". A general rule of thumb is that most people burn around 100 cal per mile while walking, so both are very much in the ballpark, and in agreement with each other.
Due to these estimates, and estimates on all foods, on how much was actually in each packet, on how you made recipes, etc, your trackers will easily be hundreds of calories "off" every single day.
You do the best you can, you see what kind of results you get over weeks and months, and you adjust if necessary as results show over that kind of time frame.
But you don't worry about 35 calories difference in one single exercise session. Pick whatever one is easiest for you to enter. :) It's not enough of a difference to matter.
Deb, in New Zealand