With the recent updates to iOS and Android I've read a lot of articles about walls closing in between ecosystems; like this one from the Verge. But in my opinion, the wall is coming down in a way. With so many great 3rd party apps coming out in the last few years & the open nature in which iOS and Android are headed it seems even easier now to wander outside of your comfort zone. I've recently found myself very excited about Android L. Before I had an iPhone I was pretty into Android. I liked the openness of it. I was an early adopter and eventually began to feel like I was dealing with lower-quality phones, buggy software and a visually displeasing UI. I gave up around the time ICS came out and my brand new phone was left behind without a way to update. I have been using an iPhone & other Apple products since because I like the way things 'just work' with it. Especially among friends with iMessage, AirDrop, facetime, etc. There's a sense of connection there. But let's face it; many stock apps on both platforms leaving something to be desired. Apps like evernote, spotify and others have taken those basic concepts and run with them and have worked their ways into our daily lives. I don't feel like this will change anytime soon; in fact I believe sometime in the next few years both platforms (Apple has a LOT further to go) may even embrace this and begin to focus less on in-house curation and focus more on good hardware and a great overall user experience. So this made me wonder about the people who don't pick a side & have chosen the best of both worlds; how do you keep your information synced across platforms? Do you feel like you are 'missing out' on ecosystem-exclusive content like iMessage, continuity, google fit, default apps, airplay, etc? Or have you found a happy way to do these things across devices?