Almost 12% of respondents said they'd never ditch their iPhone.
Update: We inadvertently tallied up the survey results without taking into consideration that voters could select more than one option. Thus, the graph and the rest of the article are meant to reflect some of the most notable features iPhone users would considering switching over to Android for. We also omitted the users who answered that they did not own an iPhone from the results.
iPhone users, we asked you what feature Android has, if any, that might entice you to consider switching over from your Apple handset. Today, the results are in.
Out of 26,426, almost 13 percent of the responses were in favor of the idea of integrating third-party software as the default to avoid Apple’s closed app ecosystem. This was echoed by legions of comments from users who said they wish they could integrate apps like the Swype keyboard input available for Android and set it as the default in iOS.