Originally Posted by erayser
I said I would trust it more... but I'm done with bulk and waterproof cases. I was thinking of switching because it looked like jailbreaking is dead... but I playing with friends droids apps that I use on my iPhone is making me rethink. They don't notice anything, but I can feel and see differences when comparing. I'm not closing the door on jumping ship... so I'm going to play and test more in the future.
I just saw this and wanted to comment. I totally agree with you that most Android apps are way behind their iOS counterparts. There are a few apps that you should take a look at if you're thinking about switching though. Besides the fact Android is more "customizable," which for me is pretty bull**** since I could care less about fiddling with settings, the sharing options are what would really sway me. Also, there's no way to set a default app to open certain files in iOS. (I use an HTC One X and an iPad 3 just for reference).
Anyways, here are some good apps you should check out:
Press - For reading RSS feeds; similar to Reeder.
Eye in the Sky - Weather; has a good widget if you want it on your home screen.
Falcon Pro - Twitter
Reddit Sync - Reddit
Swype or Swiftkey Flow - Swipe words out on your keyboard.
Those are the main apps that I feel are either equivalent to what iOS has, or better. For example, I prefer Reddit Sync to Alien Blue, but I prefer Tweetbot over Falcon Pro.