My phone of choice of an iPhone. My tablet of choice is an iPad. Until recently, my desktop/laptop OS of choice was Windows, but I recently purchased Macbook Air.
Here’s a fact that many people don’t seem to be aware of: Just because you choose to use one piece of technology, that doesn’t mean the competing technology is crap.
iOS is my mobile OS of choice because I was a somewhat early adopter before Android had matured to its current state - and because, despite some frustrating limitations, I like the simplicity and ease-of-use that comes with iOS. However, I understand why many choose Android over iOS. Android offers fewer restrictions, more choices, better widgets, etc. It’s just not my personal choice.
Apple, Google, and Microsoft, would like you to buy into their single ecosystem and use their products. In my world of technology, I am not dedicated to a single technology ecosystem.
Although I am a heavy iOS user, I use very little iCloud storage because it is extremely overpriced when compared to the competition. Additionally, Apple has created a lot of confusion when it comes to synching and storing photos online. For cloud storage, I have chosen Microsoft’s OneDrive - an excellent value. $10 a month gets you virtually unlimited cloud storage for up to 5 users and access to Microsoft Office applications on multiple platforms.
I have my phone setup to auto-sync photos to OneDrive, but my primary photo storage and sharing platform of choice is Google Photos - which has free, unlimited storage (with reasonable size limitations). Google Photos does an amazing job of taking much of the work out of organizing my collection of countless digital photos.
Speaking of Google, I use their services quite a bit. I’m an avid user of Gmail, Google Maps (instead of Apple Maps on my iPhone), Google Voice, Hangouts, etc.
Also, although I love my iPhone, I find Siri to be a bit disappointing (perhaps iOS 9 will contain significant improvements). Instead, I often use the Google app and its Google Now voice search feature.
As for desktop/laptop Operating Systems, I mostly use my Macbook Air now. The more I learn OS X, the more I like it. Plus the solid state drive gives me faster performance for startup and basic tasks. That being said, I still frequently use my Windows machine. There are still some things that I think Windows does better than OS X (and vice versa), plus my Windows machine has a 1 TB hard drive. (Also, I’m currently running Windows 7, and I’m looking forward to the free upgrade to Windows 10).
The moral of the story: You don’t need to dedicate yourself to a single technology ecosystem. You can pick and choose what works for you and have the best of all worlds. Also, just because you don’t use one brand of technology doesn’t mean it’s not any good, so there’s no need for tech fanboy/fangirl mentality (e.g. I have an Android phone and all Apple products suck).