How much of a difference would it be? System looks aside, what does iOS have that Android doesn't have? My contract is ending some time in december and I've stuck with Apple since getting my 3G in 2008. Upgraded once to the 4S I have now. I'm considering switching to Android, especially now since they seem to have picked up the pace considerably compared to just a few years ago. And I'm getting bored of iPhones. I realize I'd be missing iCloud (which is a bummer -- I use calendar/reminder/notes sync extensively). What else? Is the Google app store as good as Apple's? I can keep my 4S for iOS exclusive things but would rather just stick to one device. I definitely won't be missing iTunes, I use my iPod for all my music. I have more music purchased from google play anyways (higher quality and good deals). What about the interface? Is it as well refined and smooth? I'm aware companies put bloatware on their phones but I would probably install Google's standard firmware since it seems like the most refined. Sorry if this is an age-old question (I'm fairly sure it is).