- I have an Apple iPhone, but I prefer AndroidVote A
- I have an Apple iPhone, and I like itVote B
- I have an Android phone, but I prefer AppleVote C
- I have an Android phone, and I like itVote D
Most Helpful Guy
Android all the way. I prefer open standards and wide compatibility, and that certainly isn't Apple. I've never been an Apple fan for that reason - though I have recommended Apple for some people (basically, those who need something simple because they're hopeless with tech stuff). I have to use a lot of Apple gear at work (high-end home theater integration), but I find it irritating in a lot of ways.
I'm very Google-centric (our company uses Google Docs/Drive, Gmail, Google Maps, Calendar, etc. extensively) and it's wonderful to be able to access all of my stuff from any device.
My current phone is the LG G4, and it's excellent. I paid $479 for it and I've made $500 with it, so it's actually turned a profit for me. The camera in particular is exceptional.1
Most Helpful Girl
I like both of them. In my experience, androids are good because you can easily transfer files (without having to use that iTunes crap), and there are apps specifically for androids that I'm not able to find on an iPhone.
However, an iPhone seems to run a lot smoother than an android, and is less likely to crash due to a game or program. I've been using my sister's iPhone for 6 months now, and not once has it crashed. Meanwhile, my old android would slow down and start freezing within a few months of using it.
They're both good for different reasons, and they both have things about them that I hate. :)0