Hi, First of all I'm a longtime iPhone user (and, to be honest, a loyal Apple user in general, since I own an iMac, MacBook, iPad and iPod Video too). My first iPhone was a 3G (first model available in my country), then I went to the 3GS, then 4, 5 and now 6. So you get the idea—longtime iPhone user. I always laughed at Android for its obvious problems, i.e. clutter, crappy interface and bugs. However, people have been telling stories that this is not 2009 anymore and nowadays Android is pretty solid. On the other hand, the jump from iOS 6 to iOS 7 under Tim Cook's direction was a big trauma to me. I don't know about these other Apple fanboys, but I'm just tired of having glitches, bugs and problems that have been there for years. To me, the current iOS clearly doesn't live up to Apple standards (which means being close to perfection). So I need everybody here to be as honest as possible. Is really Android a solid alternative to iOS? And I don't mean in terms of features (damn, iOS covers almost anything I need), but in terms of stability, speed and clutter-free. My other concerns go on the privacy side. I know Google is something to be afraid of when it comes to this sensitive topic—and yes, I'm one of those users who really care about privacy. As a final and parallel consideration, my current iPhone 6 is 16 GB only, and I don't want to keep paying premium prices for crap, so perhaps selling it and moving to an Android phone with a expandable memory might be a good idea. Then it would come the problem of seeing if there is an Android model that will cover my needs (basically a prety-damn-good camera, just like iPhone's, and better battery), but I want to see what's going on on the software side first.