Re: Are you really content with the iPhone?
I totally agree with switching getting old, expensive and time consuming. It is one of the reasons why I have settled in on the iPhone/iPad combination. I know these devices will do what I need for them to do. I also understand having Android/Google on the brain. I am still in awe of the devices they come out with and really like the price points of a lot of their products. One of the things that cured that for me somewhat, was switching away from Google services. See, if you use Google services for the most part or exclusively like I had done in the past, it is hard not to want to go Android, because everything is integrated so well. Once you get away from Google services, Android becomes less attractive. I have switched to Outlook for email; Apple Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for documents; dropbox for storage; Beats for music streaming, Bing for search; Apple Maps for navigation; and Siri over Google Now. It wasn't an easy switch, but I do feel a lot better about being on the iOS platform and less inclined to go back to Android. The way I would have my iPhone set up in the past was more like a Nexus device. I had Google everything; Maps, Chrome, Gmail, Earth, Search, Google Now, Translate, Drive, Google+, you name it. If it was Google, it was on my phone. And that became part of my frustration with iOS. No more though.
Originally Posted by Wildo6882
Sent from my iPad Air. Simply better than the rest.