Androids have bigger screens than iPhone. Like the Galaxy note which has 5.3" screen while iPhone only has 3.5" screen. But some android phones with big screen is kind of hard to use because of the big screen. It gives bulk, it can't easily be held in one hand, and it's kind of hard and a bit awkward when using it face to face but still this option have a huge support from android users and also some of iPhones users which they wish apple can work on that in future. Android gives you the Freedom to install any app you want. Apple may get some apps first, but it also limits which apps you can install by forcing you to go through its tightly controlled app store. If the tastemakers decide that an app competes with Apple or is too violent, sexual, political or controversial, you won't be able to buy it. While Google has its Play store for Android, it allows competition from alternative stores, such as Amazon's Appstore. You can also take any APK file you download and sideload it on your own. Try that on the iPhone 6s.
Ultimately, making the choice between Android and the iPhone comes down to personal taste. For those who value a high level of customization, an Android device will open up an amazingly flexible mobile world. If you're seeking a polished smartphone experience at the cost of some flexibility, the iPhone won't disappoint.
- Winter '17
- App Store, iPhones, android phones