Android is too better
I prefer Android . When you buy an iPhone, you’re stuck with as much storage as you decided to buy at the get-go. Most Android phones, however, have a micro SD card slot, so you can easily and cheaply buy more storage space.
Apple’s new iOS 8 may have blatantly appropriated some of Android’s marquee features—like the Notifications panel and support for third-party keyboards—but it still misses some of what Android users love about the mobile operating system. Your Apple-using friends may try to rub your nose in their shiny new version of iOS on their shiny new iPhone, so here are ten features that Android has that you can retort with.For example, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be the company’s first smartphones to come with near field communication (NFC) – a technology that lets phones talk to each other via a short range radio.This means you can exchange data and make payments by simply tapping your iPhone against another compatible device.
In Android’s Settings menu, under Application manager, you can force quit and uninstall apps as you see fit. You can also clear the cache for apps that are acting up, or view how much storage space each app takes up. And if your carrier bundles bloat ware on your device, you can disable it in stock Android, or hide it entirely on Samsung and LG’s user interfaces. Best of all, you can choose your own app defaults, so if you really don’t want to use Google Chrome as your browser (for example), you can choose something else from the Google Play Store.Widgets on home and lock screens is wonderful that Apple finally allowed widgets inside iOS’s notifications panel, but it’s too little, too late. Android users have been able to plop widgets on both the Home screen and the Lock screen for years now.