Apple fanboys will be really irritated by this claim but if you like to lead a better life and not worry about paying $60 every month to own the latest iPhone in the market, going the Android way is the best choice.
Pricing is Important
The biggest deal about iPhones and iPads is its pricing. While people in North America always or often buy it using a monthly plan, people in other countries are not fortunate enough. They have to pay $800 or more upfront to buy an iPhone. It’s sheer waste of money because phones get upgraded every three months and Android phones are plenty at $150 or so.
Easy to Use
Have you ever tried to transfer a movie file from your computer to an iPad? Do the same with Nexus 7 and you will thank us later! It’s as simple as that. Connect your USB cord and transfer it. No need iTunes or some software to get it done. Android is easy to use without doubt and most phones, tablets support OTG making it ideal for entertainment buffs.
Choices – Screen size and Hardware Specs
Seriously, do you think it’s good to wait for years for the iPhone 6 Plus to get a bigger screen size? There are so many choices, be it screen size or hardware specs making it easy to go for an Android device. You can find it not only in variable price points but sizes and power that fits the user. Young kids don’t need a 2K resolution while gamers can go for the Tegra tablet. Apple can’t fix this but they can at least fix the pricing.
Apps and Games
Android is yet to beat iOS in this area but there are developers who prefer to create apps for the former OS first. It is easier to bypass the rules set by Google than Apple. Besides, a lot of local apps are available only on Android when developers like to focus on their target audience. Apple doesn’t have a strong reach in developing countries as Android does, especially with their Android One program.
No one is an Android fanboy here but we just wanted to point out things that makes Android better.