The Redditor who asked for these feelings, handle u/guyaneseboi23, posed a similar question to iPhone users.
The answers rolled in. Some of them were painful.
Hey, Siri. iPhone users still think you're about as useful as a pencil in a darts competition. "Google Assistant just crushes it," said one.
I rather agree. In my household, my wife's Google Assistant makes my Siri look like, well, me compared to my wife.
One iPhone user did say they didn't find Siri a problem: "I keep her off."
And then there are notifications. On the newest iPhones, they are covered up. You have to unmask your screen to discover if anyone has messaged you or is merely pestering you.
"I like having the icons on top in Android. It's easy to forget if I open the iPhone and then lock it," said one iPhone user.
Another, though, contended the true issue here was customization: "The beauty of Android is that you can have the icons there if you want, or remove them. The only downside to iOS is the lack of customization."
Organization of apps also frustrates some iPhone users. One explained: "I wish more than anything I could just control my app grid. I find the mess of icons to be the most frustrating thing about the iPhone and I really wish there was an app drawer or at the least the ability to put apps where I want."