But this time, it's personal. Nearly two years ago, I bought an iPhone 3GS, back when Android was an insignificant speck on the mobile scene. A lot's changed since then, and the iPhone's missing features have left me with a case of Android envy.
I understand that Android has some features that the iPhone probably never will, such as Adobe Flash support, apps from outside the native store, and the ability to set third-party Web browsers as the default. So let's focus on the realistic things. Here are five features that could make or break my decision to stick with the iPhone:
More Voice Commands
Lately, I've been using Internet radio services such as Pandora and MOG for music, but the iPhone's voice commands can only access my crusty old local music library. Android's voice commands can access third-party music services. They can also dictate e-mails and text messages, and while the iPhone has an app for that, I'd rather have a full range of voice commands built into the OS.
Built-In, Voice-Guided GPS