I'm an Android fan stuck on iOS. I've been dancing through the many Android offerings over the past few years, but last fall my wife pleaded with me to switch to an iPhone so we could utilize the iOS services that she's such a fan of (iMessage, FaceTime, etc.). So, begrudgingly, I did.(Mind you, it's not that the iPhone isn't a great device; I just prefer Android.) So I purchased an iPhone 6s Plus and immediately Jailbroke it. After a couple months of tweaking and scouring the Cydia store for the right tweaks, I've finally got myself an iPhone running iOSANDROID! I've tweaked the icons using Anemone, changed the default map app to Google Maps, added the Google Search bar to the home screen, shunned the pages of apps in exchange for a proper App drawer, and sped up the slow default iOS animations. What I have now feels a lot like one of my Android phones in the body of an iPhone. So is it still an iPhone? I suppose so, but it sure feels better! Kinda the best of both worlds. The fantastic hardware and battery life of the 6s+ combined with the (almost) customization of Android. Of course, now I just have to resist the urge to pounce on the new S7 or G5, or Moto X 2016, or new Nexuses and so on.