So I'm one of those "unbiased" phone users and when I say unbiased, I mean biased in favor of Android with the denial of having favor of Android. At least that's how it was for years, it's not so much this way anymore. Long story short, I'm favoring iOS more and it's kind of a tough realization for me being the closet Android fanboy. My first smart phone was the iPhone 3GS, then Android all the way up to iPhone 5, then Android again until iPhone 6, then some Android sprinkled in, then iPhone 6s Plus along side a couple Androids. Here's my list of Android phones https://goo.gl/photos/oRMiVEDPbKL92XYs7 Well I'm using an Android phone again using the HTC 10 and my 6s Plus is sitting in on my desk kind of taunting me saying, "told you so". I love the build quality of the HTC, the audio, and the fact I can return Android apps before 15 mins of purchase, and all the typical perks of Android, the thing is... I don't like using the phone that much. I received it on Monday, May 9th and I'm already considering returning it. I returned the Galaxy S7 Edge twice, returned the Nexus 6P, the Pixel C, and I kept going back to my iPhone 6S Plus and iPad. I tried to cling on to my old views on Android and it's superiority, not having the same phone as everyone else, themes, yadda yadda, but I just couldn't find the same satisfaction I once had. Instead I'm noticing the flaws in Android more. Very frequent animation stutter, very occasional but highly annoying lag, very little support for Android features by third party devs; fingerprint in apps, Android Pay, Google Fit, etc. Third party devs also seem to make lesser quality apps for Android and apps come way later than their iOS counterparts, etc. I think I just like the smoother experience of iOS without the bells. Sure Android does more natively, but it's not the same across the board. One phone has ABC, but then screws up with DEF, while another does good with DEF and fails at ABC. The reason why I think I'm noticing the flaws more is when I had the iPhone 3GS it was my only reference of iOS through the years of Android. Then when I went iPhone 5, it wasn't as feature rich as Android then either. Now comes the 6S, it's very feature rich, Google services are very present on iOS, and it does a lot and does it well. Sure there's some points to be made on either side, but for the most part, iOS does a lot of what Android does now if you don't care about customizing anymore. I had to vent because saying all this to my wife is like talking to a wall, she just doesn't care lol. So I thought I'd vent to my other iOS friends. Is anyone else struggling between iOS and Android or am I the only weirdo that holds on to Android despite coming around to iOS?