I've been using the Android on a Galaxy S III for about two weeks now.
Overall, I like it, but there are places where the system falls short when compared to Apple's iOS.
One of the biggest problems with Android nowadays is that manufacturers like Samsung, HTC, and Motorola alter the operating system with custom "skins" that dramatically change the look and feel from Google's original vision.
Yes, there were times when I thought, "Wow, I don't miss my iPhone at all!" But I think that was mainly because I was using something new. After two weeks, I'm itching for my iPhone again.
So why am I going back to the iPhone? Keep reading to find out.
The design of the iPhone is classic.
It looks amazing and feels solid in your hand.
The iPhone 4/4S design may feel dated, but I haven't seen a better-looking phone yet.
Typing is easier on the iPhone
Typing is ridiculously easy on the iPhone. Sure it takes a little bit of getting used to a touchscreen-only keyboard, but that is the case with any touch screen phone.
Compared to Android, the iPhone's predictive text is much smarter and actually knows what I'm trying to say.
Even after two weeks of use, Android still guesses the wrong word causing me to have to re-type over and over.
Android's app selection is catching up to iOS, but mobile developers still prefer iOS to Android. This means that developers who work with iOS have higher revenue potential and can reach a larger audience.
In my experience, the app selection was fine and didn't have a huge impact on my daily usage. However, It was slightly annoying that Android doesn't have my favorite twitter client, Tweetbot. And I know if I continue to use Android, I won't be able to try the hottest new apps first.
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