I have always been a big fan of Apple. This post is not a rant against Apple and it does not intend to make people start discussing which OS is better. At the end of the day, everybody should choose what he/she thinks fits better in his/her life. Being an HTC fan also I had always some connection to the Android world. With the M8 I got my first Android phone and since then I had a couple of Android devices. I have been going back and forth between Androids and iPhones for quite a while now and I have to say, at least for me and my needs, I feel that the Android world is better (for me). I have been using a Nexus 6P since last November and I might upgrade to the new HTC 10 when it is released in the next weeks. (after all I am a big HTC fan, loving Sense and Blinkfeed). I have been using Google Now here in Germany for a few months, but it never felt that it was good or helpful....until I made the switch to Gmail a couple of days ago. Now, I get package tracking information, bus schedules, flight information and much more in Google Now. I am loving it. Another thing that amazed me was the Inbox client. It is very innovative and has a clean interface that I love to use. I even switched to Google Keep for my basic notes and todo lists (for everything else I use OneNote). On my Macbook Pro I switched to Chrome from Safari and the first thing I noticed is that I am much more productive with it. The amazing extensions that are available and the apps are really good. I have pinned Inbox, Google maps, photos, facebook and twitter and for the most time I never leave Chrome. All these work very well together. I am amazed by how good sync is working. I never had a single issue with Google so far. I know it is far from perfect though and I am excited about what Apple is working on for the next OS releases, but for the moment I am in the Google camp and am enjoying the beautiful Inbox client (which is also available on iOS) and the seamless sync of my notes. I am enjoying Google Now and I feel that my life is being enabled by technology in ways that Apple didn't quite succeed. I am still a big OS X fan and I hope Apple improves its software and services in the near future. Using Android makes everything much easier for me, despite the fact that Google makes iOS version of most (if not all) of its software.