I used to be an Android fan, but when I bricked my GS3 trying to install 4.4, I switched to a Nokia Windows 8 phone, and I haven't looked back. E-mail, texting, and social media apps are integrated into the address book in such a way that you can do things really fast compared with iPhones and Androids. Nokia Here and Here Drive give you offline turn-by-turn navigation. If you go for one of the high-end models you will get 20 to 41 megapixel cameras with optical image stabilization. The way the OS is designed pretty much makes the phone virus-proof, as well.
Sure, there aren't a million apps, but who needs 5,000 flashlight apps?
iPhone for those who want a relatively simplistic interface and don't mind lesser apps overall and less free apps. Also cases and accessories are easier to find for iPhone.
Android has open source coding so there are more games, as well as more apps as well. But an Android phone overall is more difficult to use than an iPhone overall. Also there are makes and models for evey budget and need (ex. Beats by Dre sound quality, vs super long battery life, vs high megapixel camera, vs very strong processing power and RAM for a very fast phone, vs etc.)
I go with Android.
Mainly because personally, with iPhone,
I feel like im paying more, for a device that does less and offers less than Androids, and I don't mind the learning curve for a device that can do more.
iPhone -better interface 4 stupid people -status -some look sexy -you look like a rich ass
Android -almost as fast as iOS (or same) -no problems with connecting to BT Device -you can send things per BT -you can easily download songs -most apps are free (while you need to pay w. iOs -the songs you buy belong to you! -you don't look like a rich ass -you can customize more than iOs without Jailbreak/root -it costs less= better price for quality -you have lots of choices between cellphones and what you prefer for your daily usage
you should go to YouTube and watch: giga android/giga apple. they test all phones that are new in the phone market
I'd say Android for the custom features and being able to choose from more than one option per generation. I love my Samsung Galaxy Mega! It has a 6.3" screen and the notification ring tone is League of Legend's Miss Fortune seductively saying "Bang..!"