Hi AndroidForums! As the title says, I currently have an iPhone 4 but have the chance at switching to another phone seeing as my contract is up. My 4's battery life is awful, it's slow, and crashes occasionally. It's old. I've had Apple devices for about four years now, and have always been happy with them. However, looking at the future, I don't know if I'll be as satisfied if I remain with Apple. This is a chance for me to move to Android, and I'm really thinking of taking it. Can you guys help out my decision? I've done a good deal of research, and here is what I've come up with so far. Hopefully you guys, being Android experts, can help clear some stuff up. Why I like Apple: ~Good user interface ~Durable and nice looking devices ~Satisfactory customer support, at least in my experiences ~Extensive app and music store ~I already have a lot invested in apps and music with them ~I'm around a lot of iPhones every day, and iMessage is great ~Devices are very secure against any viruses ~Updates are prompt and universal Why I want to leave Apple for Android: ~Greater innovation in Android devices ~Higher quality hardware ~Outside software, such as games, can be downloaded to Androids ~Adobe Flash Player is useful for doing more things online ~Greater range of customization to make my phone really mine ~Some phones have external battery and SD card support (Can somebody explain how SD cards work with this version of Android OS? I know no apps anymore, but what else can/can't go on them? Are they that useful?) ~Google integration seems like it would be useful and efficient My worries about switching to Android: ~What about my library of apps and music with Apple? Do I lose all of that? ~Will my Android get viruses? ~If something happens to my Android, am I SOL with a broken phone? ~How much more barren is the Android App/Music store than iTunes/Apple App Store? ~If a bug needs to be fixed on my Android, how long will I be stuck with a buggy phone? ~Will there be a problem between Apple and Google if I try giving Google the soul that Apple already owns? ha, ha ha. I don't expect an answer to everything, but if you can address some of my concerns I would really appreciate it. As a reference, the Androids I'm looking at are the Samsung Galaxy S4, though I'm thinking of dropping this one because of the memory and other recent complaints, and the HTC One. Thanks again!