This post is for iPhone users who do not have much knowledge or have not used Galaxy S3/Android before. This should also give a some idea why people prefer the S3/Android over Iphone. 1. Loading Files/Data into Phone Storage Galaxy S3: Connect cable and drag-drop files from PC. Use BT/NFC to beam files into phone. Connect phone directly to portable drives and copy files using USBToGo. Map to cloud/network storages and transfer files. You can load ANY files into phone. You can organize files using directories in phone storage. Iphone: You can only load files into phone storage from ONE master itunes PC. Otherwise will wipe phone. Only very limited type of files can be loaded. 2. Using Data Galaxy S3: Data is King. All files in phone storage can be accessed directly by any apps (incl. 3rd party). Use any of your favorite 3rd party apps to consume these files directly. Or click on a file in File Explorer and you will prompted to select which app to open it. Iphone: Phone storage is lockdown and only built-in apps can access those files. Using 3rd apps require the reloading the same files again thus wasting time. Or you can use Dropbox which is total waste of data bandwidth/battery. 3. Sharing Data Galaxy S3: Any 3rd party apps can register itself as share provider. Click on a file from anywhere (file directory, email, browser, app etc) and you can share the file/data via any of registered share providers. Or you can have share providers sync your photo/files/data automatically to cloud. Iphone: Only can share data via very limited number of share providers (tw, fb). Plus only limited type of files can be shared. Sharing photo automatically via photostream only. Sharing photo to other share providers require opening app manually. 4. Email/Contact/Browser Galaxy S3: Can attach/save any files in email. Contact integration with any 3rd party providers (eg. skype, fb, tw, g+, voip etc) and initiate skype, voip etc directly from contacts. Enable Flash content in browser. Text reflow in browser. Iphone: Attachment nightmare in email. Limited Contact integration. No Flash content/text reflow in browser. 5. Default Application Galaxy S3: You can set any app (incl. 3rd party) as the default to be used with certain activity (e.g. sending email, playing media, activating a URL link etc) Iphone: You are limited to built-in app as default. 6. Home Screen Galaxy S3: Use widgets to show related info on one screen. Use live wallpaper to liven up UI. Various 3rd party launchers to fit your taste. Use launcher themes to change app icon etc. Create shortcuts to anything (files, apps, bookmarks, contacts etc) on homescreen for one-touch quick access. Iphone: No widget so need to open app one by one to see info. Perpetual yawn..app icon homescreen. Shortcuts not supported. 7. Hardware related Galaxy S3: Smart-stay to keep screen on intelligently. Flip over to silent phone. Lift phone to initiate call. LED status light. Tap on NFC tag to have phone perform action(s) automatically. Fully customize motion sensor to actions. Use home/power buttons to answer/end call. Add memory card to extend storage. Extended use with removal battery. Bigger screen. Iphone: HAVE NONE OF ABOVE. 8. Data Entry and Keyboard Galaxy S3: Various (replaceable) keyboard styles/entry mode to suit all occasions/taste. Offline voice-to-text for faster recognition. Google Now. Iphone: HAVE NONE OF ABOVE. 9. Automation Galaxy S3: Phone auto-switch to silent during meeting/night/specified time. Record phone conversation. Filter calls by numbers/rules. Automate phone settings change based on events/rules/locations. Automated background data/sms/email sending based on events/rules/locations. Fully online, working and without restrictions IM/VOIP/Social Networking. Iphone: HAVE NONE OF ABOVE. 10. Applications Galaxy S3: Search/Install applications from PC browser (more efficient with multi-tab views). Side-load app. Many online stores. Better Google-based apps. Better Map. Link many accounts to one phone and select which apps to install from which a/c. Bought apps are refundable. Iphone: Slow and tedious to search apps in itunes. Cannot sideload apps. Using a different a/c will wipe apps.