Hi all, I maybe considering a switch to Android. Currently I am a iPhone 6+ user, and I kind of think that it is time to switch to a new phone. Long time, I only considered the 8+ to be my next phone. I can get that one at Amazon in the EU for 730 Euros. While I also see that there a lots of interesting mid-range Android phones being released (such as the new Nokia 7.1, 350 Euros excl €50 cashback), that is tempting me to move to Android. Otherwise I am satisfied with iOS (and for higher-end prices I would prefer Apple, e.g. iPhone 8/XR > Pixel 3). Friends tell me Android much improved after I last tried it (2013-2015, before switching back to Apple). However, the major point I always read is privacy is much worse. Apple cares about your privacy, Cook saying it is human right etc. I really like that, however, I am wondering as I already am a heavy Google services user if switching to Android really makes a privacy difference? I can't find a proper document/website explaining this. For example I use: - Gmail - Google Search - Google Calendar - Google Maps or Waze (owned by Google) when navigating - Google Drive for documents I would like to use on multiple devices And most of all Google Chrome for my browsing on my Windows pc's, logged in to my account. On iPhone/iPad I use the standard Safari. The more I look at this list, the more I realise that Google already knows like nearly everything. Does switching to Android actually makes it worse? Is there more information about this use case out somewhere? Thanks for your help!