Android Phones

If you are the type of person that likes to customize everything, the Android phone is perfect for you. Unlike the Apple iPhone, which is pretty set in the way it looks and operates,  Android models have a bit more flexibility. For starters, there is simply a wider range of options when it comes to phones that run the Android OS. Whereas Apple only has the iPhone, there are dozens, maybe even hundreds, of different models from a wide range of manufacturers that all run some form of Android. This means you can pick out a phone that you like, based on the physical qualities and its appearance.

There is more to it than that though. Once you get your phone started, you can customize just about everything about it. Since Google allows developers access to the operating system, there is a large amount of apps on their market that allow you make your phone behave the way you want it to. You can do small things like changing the number of home screens, to doing things like turning on WiFi when you enter your home.

Most Android phones are comparable to the iPhone and Window's phones. They are fast, have a high quality display, and have access to a wide range of apps. Best of all is that these phones are generally cheaper than their iPhone counterparts. You can save a lot of money and still get a phone that is amazing. The biggest drawback on Android phones is that they can be a bit overwhelming if you are new to smartphones. You can do so much with them that it can be hard to learn how to use your phone. If you are willing to get past the learning curve though, you will be rewarded with an excellent device.