I would like to share with you some gathered information about how Android is better than iOS 7:
*Endless sharing options
In iOS apps, you can only share content via a few basic choices like Message, Mail, Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr. In Android, however, your app world is your oyster: You can move content through any installed app with sharing capabilities.
*More customized options
If you want to customize your smartphone, the sky’s the limit with Android. Alter whatever you want. You can even download an iOS 7 theme, if that’s what you’re into.
*Visible file system
When you plug your Android phone into your computer, you can see a file system just like the one you’d work with if you were searching for something on your computer. It’s as easy as drag-and-drop. Apple doesn’t give you that kind of access to all your files.
*Images with contact list
Android can automatically import photos for your contacts (or allow you to set them yourself), so it’s much easier to see your friends’ pretty faces in your virtual address book than it are with iOS 7.
Android doesn’t care where your music comes from. Apple and iOS 7, however, require iTunes if you want to load your iPhone up with songs (and you need iPhoto if you ever want to access your photos).