Yes, I switched back to an Android phone. No, no, I did not switch back to an ordinary feature phone, but switched to an Android. (I do not have enough heart to switch back to a feature phone or no phone at all) So far I’m loving my new Android. It is the HTC One, so it’s not new in the market, but it is new for me. (And was for a steal price). Android phones have so much more productivity than iPhones. Something that I am really enjoying is the capability of this phone to connect to any Television or cable box. I can switch channels right from my phone. That includes scaring my parents and putting the volume up and down or turning the television off, just for kicks. The Android’s cellular reception is a lot better than my iPhone’s as well. Both are for the same crappy carrier, Sprint, by the way. There are also more free apps which are payed apps on the Apple App Store. The HTC One’s also got beats integration, so the music is a lot more clearer, which is ironic, because Apple started up making mucho dollars through the music industry. I did notice one thing though, there are a lot more pop ups that show up on Android than on iPhones. That is probably because of how Android phones can load Java and iPhones cannot.
It has only been one week, but till now I do not see myself switching back to my iPhone anytime soon.