So far, I have both a 5C and a Galaxy S6. I am thinking about selling my S6 Edge since it has problems with a memory leak or excess RAM being eaten up to close apps but not really closing apps in the process. It leads to high RAM use ranging from 68% to 91% with barely any apps working. The battery life is suffering from the Wi-Fi drain bug. I feel like iOS 8 is very capable enough to replace Android seeing as that I like the notifications feature with the "Today Widgets," 3rd party keyboard support, etc. I have been using Android since Day 1, but only got the 5C on a very good deal. I am interested in using the 6+ until the 2015 iPhone comes out since I am expecting a tri-core processor with a 2 GB of RAM chipset. I am interested with iOS since it has better continuity, faster updates, less carrier bloat, great camera software, iMessaging, and the widgets. What I dislike about iOS from my experience is the lack of predictive dialing (can get around it, not that big of a deal, but still very disappointing), dealing with iTunes to sync music, lack of NFC features besides Apple Pay, lack of ringtone support since Zedge requires extra work on my end apparently, Safari tab refreshing, lack of multi-tasking, and being tied to an Apple Watch if I want to use a high end smart watch. What I will miss about the S6 Edge would be multi-window, double tap for the camera, the Edge Screen features like Night Clock, the theming, a high end camera, smart alerts, notification LED, and some smart features. What I hope to gain from iOS is forgetting about complicated problems bogging down a phone's performance, continuity, dependable battery life, timely updates, and being able to use it as a daily driver. Lastly, I have an issue with iTunes where my 5C cannot sync music. It's a headache, but I updated to the latest iTunes to see if it works, but nothing. My Windows 8 PC recognizes my iPhone and so does iTunes, but alas, syncing is not an option since it's greyed out for some odd reason.