Yep, pretty much +Daniel Kuhn
says. No need to assume, incorrectly as well, that something doesn't work just because it's on Android. I'm sorry, but this is pretty typical (as hypocritical as that sonuds lol) of iOS users.
And if you listened to Google, an (arguably better? note the question mark...) update is coming. If not, it'll at least be comparable.
Plus, iOS styled apps on Android are not the best looking - apps like Instagram have un-necessary buttons simply for the lack of back buttons (whether legacy style or new ICS navigation bar style) etc that iPhones are limited to.
Not knocking the iPhone as I've said nothing untrue. Just saying people can't assume that it's inherently a better device technologically than Android phones, simply because it is MARKETED better.