I've had an iPhone since the 3G was released. I've always loved them, but before that, I loved picking a new phone with every upgrade. My iPhones were always decided for me. I have a 6 Plus, which I love, but wanted something new. I bought an HTC Desire Eye, which I realize isn't quite in the same realm as a 6 Plus, but it was available. Here's where I'm at: 6 Plus - + Device itself is beautiful + Camera is pretty good + Apps are streamlined - No customization (unless jailbroken) - Apps constantly crash (Chrome cannot load Tumblr for more than 7 seconds) - Same thing I've had for practically 7 years - I had 80GB of "other" appearing, and Apple's advice was to erase and start over. No. (I ended up fixing it myself, but I really hate that they can't give me a definitive reason behind it) HTC Desire Eye - + Can customize a lot + Widgets on different home screen keeps main home screen uncluttered + 2GB of RAM means I've never had Tumblr quit on me once - Camera is abysmal in most occasions - No cases for it in the US - If I buy music in Google Play, it won't appear in my Music app unless I download it via Mac and manually add it (Are you serious?) - I feel manhandled by AT&T (Just got the Lollipop upgrade, and it's not even the most current edition) I thought one of the benefits of Android was having more freedom, but that's not the experience I've had yet. I have only been using the device for about two weeks, and while I do like a lot of qualities, I'm not loving it. I also just received a video from a friend with an iPhone 6, and the playback on my HTC makes it look completely awful. Last night, I had a badge in my status bar to install some caller ID function for $2.99 a month. Getting an advertisement like that on my phone pushed me over the edge. So, I guess I'm just looking for opinions. Have any of you switched after using one OS for a long time? Are there fixes to my Android issues? I know the camera will remain mediocre, but poor video playback and not being able to have purchased music in my Music app seem crazy to me. I don't understand why there are two separate music apps to begin with. The HTC phone is very fast, but these kinks are frustrating. Thoughts?