I’m fortunate enough to have access to phones running iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. And from the buffets of mobile operating systems at my disposal, I’ve sampled from all three extensively. But now that Jelly Bean is out? It’s why I’m switching to Android as my daily driver.
Simply, Jelly Bean is the best OS Google has ever put out. Not only is it buttery smooth on the Nexus, but it has an incredible feature set that right now can’t be touched by its competitors. Google Now? It’s an adaptable piece of wizardry that learns and keeps me up-to-date with my world — traffic, flights, appointments and more.
There are a ton of additions that make it the best OS out there, stuff you have to experience first hand to get why I’m making the switch. If you want Jelly Bean now, I suggest skipping devices like the One X or Galaxy S III and picking up the Galaxy Nexus, which is in my opinion the top Android device on the market despite its age.