Below are 4 reasons the Android OS is a better choice than the Apple OS.
Android’s notifications, for when you get a new text, miss a call, get an email, and anything else, all sit at the top of the screen. Pull down the little window shade, and all your notifications are in one place. Tap one, and you’re taken to the screen where you can deal with it. It’s perfect, and far better than the iPhone’s “HEY LOOK YOU HAVE SOMETHING NEW” system of pop-ups.
Google Maps Navigation
Google Maps for Android can actually provide turn-by-turn, spoken directions. It’s as good as any standalone GPS I’ve tried, and is a perfect car companion for perennially lost people like yours truly.
Google has, for fairly obvious reasons (you know, like, competition), saved its best apps for its own operating system. The Gmail, Google Voice, Google Maps, Google Places, and Google Talk apps are all excellent, and if you’re as latched onto Google’s services as I am, that’s a big deal.
Instead of the icon-only style of home screen on the iPhone, Android lets you add widgets. You can get news feeds, Facebook and Twitter updates, and all sorts of other things, right on the home screen—it’s all much faster than constantly switching between apps just to check for updates."