Well I decided a couple of months ago to try Android. I kept hearing how customisable it was, and how fast it ran.... Month One: Xperia Z2. A absolutely gorgeous looking phone. The camera was incredible, the screen a delight to use. BUT i lost out on my integration with Macbook. No longer did I have iCloud bookmark syncing, contacts syncing or photos. I had to choose googles options, which worked but not as seamless. Also iTunes match naturally did not work, so I had to upload my entire library to google music....Oh and did I mention the camera constantly overheated? The front facing stereo speakers and noise cancelling headphones were great though! Then comes my motorbike and my Scala rider. Boy did this phone hate my scala, sure it would work "ok" with music, but calling was impossible. It had no inbuilt voice recognition, only voice dial which NEVER worked it would dial then ask me to confirm and say "did not get that", grrrrr. Oh and after a month the wireless charger stopped working and became demagnetised. Battery life was phenomenal compared to my 5s once I enable stamina mode. I was lasting two days of intense use. However once I started gaming, everything became crap. All games I tried ran considerably slower thant iPhone. I play a lot of Real Racing 3 and OMG laaggggg.. Month 2: Samsung Galaxy S5. Well I decided to try one to see if it was all it made up to be. .... First off it feels cheap, tacky and plastic. Not a good start... The display is bloody great, with vibrant colours but everything seemed artificial. Pictures from camera were stunning, but it struggled in low light. From an OS point of view, it seemed a tad faster than the Z2. However the same issues of integration with my Macbook naturally were apparent from the off. I also miss iMessage. My entire family has iPhones, now I had to download WhatsApp to stop getting charged for picture messages.... There fingerprint scanner is utter crap, you have to swipe rather than place your thumb unlike iPhone 5s. It is unreliable, and works intermittently. The speakers re on the back and lack any clarity. Battery life is far less than X2. Oh and scala rider worked fine due to S-voice working much better than google implementation. The end result? I am running as fast as I can to get an iPhone 6. The bigger screen coupled with iOS is the way forward. Android, gaming , widget and performance are massively overrated.