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Back to Android
I used my recent upgrade at Sprint to convert my iPhone 5 back to Android and went with the Galaxy Note 3. I was originally an Android user, Droid Eris, Droid Incredible, Droid Incredible 2 then iPhone 5 and now back to Android. I was initially happy with Apple, but after seeing all of the enhancements Android was making for their devices, I decided to go back. The iPhone worked wonderfully, but I was really missing the customization and ability to make the Android mine own. For the money, Android devices cannot be beat. I did convert all of my computer peripherals to Apple (iMac, iPad Mini and MacBook Pro), mainly due to the ease of use and having less software and hardware issues that I was having with Microsoft and PCs. I don't regret converting those devices to Apple, but my phone, which I use the most, was important to have something that I can get maximum use out of and at a cheaper price than the iPhone. I'm not disappointed in the switch, but the learning curve has been high. So far I've been pleasantly surprised at the Note 3, although there have been some bugs that I never experienced with my iPhone. I suppose those are to be expected with Android, as the ecosystem is open versus the closed system that Apple uses. Sorry for the long read, just wanted to tell everyone what my experience has been. Happy to be back on board with Android, and so far I'm loving my Samsung Galaxy Note 3!