Its strange then, to find that I'm entering my third month of not using an Android device in anger at all.
The decision to buy an iPhone 5 was key to the change. For a while I was an all-Apple user, juggling iPhone, iPad and MacBook to create a seamless environment.
Only it didn't. iCloud is still pretty unreliable and Mac OS X still lacks the complete set of applications that I use. I switched from Mac OS X to Windows 7 and then, Windows 8.
I've now switched from a three to a two screen solution. With an Asus Windows 8 tablet taking the role of tablet, desktop and laptop (depending on what I plug into its USB and HDMI ports) and my phone needs fully catered for by the iPhone 5. I just don't need an Android device right now.
More interestingly, I've tried both HTC One and Galaxy S4 and been tempted by neither. And when I've powered up anything Android - to look at new apps or try out new tricks - I've had no desire to carry on using it after completing the specific task required. I can't see anything on the horizon likely to change that either.
Its a turnaround that works for me. Maybe not so well for Google if I'm not the only one...