Don't get me wrong, Android is great (for those that prefer it). After having Android and iOS side by side for most of the year, I find iOS far superior for me. It does more of what I need and have grown accustomed to. It does it well and it does it cleanly. iOS just works really well, IMO. Verizon offered a killer deal on the iPhone 7 Plus, and with my Galaxy S7 Edge 1/2 paid for, I was eligible for a trade-in upgrade. The S7 Edge has been a fantastic phone. I can't say enough of how good the phone is. The ONLY problem is it's Android. Since I have a Mac and iPads, it made sense to go full Apple. I love the integration and interplay between all the devices, something Android lacks. Android just isn't for me anymore for this and several other reasons. I'm actually paying less per month for the iPhone 7 (per Verizon's deal) than I was continuing to pay for the S7 Edge. It was just too good to pass up. I will never badmouth Android. It is what I primarily used from 2010 to 2015. Now after owning an iPhone, I can't go back. The great thing about both mobile OS's is, for as much as they are similar, they are both also very different. Buyers have choices and it keeps the business fresh and innovative, IMO. If Android works best for you, more power to you. To each their own. I'll post a review of the iPhone 7 soon.