The smartphone race is pretty much a two-man battle right now. There’s Google’s Android operating system and Apple’s iOS for iPhone. Both are good. But when it comes to certain features, Android may be a better option for you than iPhone.
Integration with social network Sites:
We share a lot of stuff on our phones on a lot of different services. On iPhone, we usually have to open up a separate app if we want to post something to Facebook, LinkedIn, Evernote, Dropbox, and many others.
With Android, all those services become baked into the operating system as soon as you install the app. Want to share a photo you just took? You don’t even need to leave the camera app. Just tap the service you want to push it to. Easy.
Android still does multitasking better:
We still can’t get over how bad multitasking is on iPhone. It’s insanely difficult to reopen the app you want.
Android’s solution is much more elegant, especially in the latest version. All you do is tap the multitasking button in the taskbar and a list of your most recent apps appears over your screen. Tap the app to open or swipe across to close it for good
More hardware choices:
If one smartphone model doesn’t cut it for you, there are dozens of Android phones to choose from. Each one has a different screen size, storage option, processor speed, price, etc. If choice in hardware is very important to you, Android is your best option.