With some fish n chips on the side.
Been using the Galaxy S3 for about a week now and love it. The freedom to do what I want with the phone is something that I need to help me save time. Its crazy that the mail client in iOS cant event display PNG files!
Being able to bung stuff on the phone and play it without having to convert anything is a big time saver for me.
Up until now, the Android didn't appeal to me that much - most of the Android phones that I've played around with would have jerky scrolling for any application - the Galaxy S3 has smooth scrolling all round just like iOS.
I love how everything is integrated with my Google account - contacts, google calendar, wallet and so on. Another thing I love is when you choose a person to call from the contact list - a menu pops up where I can choose to do a standard call or from Skype. I make a ton of international calls so this feature is most groovesome.
Downers of the Galaxy S3?
Well despite being so integrated with Google services, there is no native way to sync my Chrome Bookmarks with the phone. The battery life is not incredible too - just about lasts for a day. I charge my phone everyday though so no biggie at the moment.
The iPhone has a silent mode switch but for the Galaxy S3 you need to turn on the phone once then keep the power button held down for a second - then hit silent mode from the menu.
I liked to use the volume switch on the iPhone to take photos but I cant do it on the S3.
Design wise... I still prefer the form of the iPhone. I'm also going to miss using the Magpul iPhone case - I have dropped my iPhone too many times to count but the magpul does a great job of absorbing the shock. Most of the cases that I've seen so far for Android phones dont seem functional - only to protect from scratches.
Anyway, I'll still keep the iPhone around as we will be developing more apps and the iPad is something I need when working on the plane so that continues to be used too. If you are an iOS user, have a look at the Galaxy S3 in particular with an open mind - it just may surprise you just like it surprised me ^^
How many of you have switched to or from Android?