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I had just gotten a Nexus 4 and had to give it up (boss wanted it) so while I am awaiting for another one to make its way I have to use a spare iphone 4s. There is only one word to describe ios: CLUTTER. Utter and complete mess of the home screen. And you have to spend a good deal of time to make it usable (as per my specs). It definitively is not a device for me. I want to have a clean and empty home screen with very few shortcuts (phone, email, messaging and maybe time). Everything else should be tucked away in an organized location. Remember everyone complaining about bloatware in windows? ios reminded me of that. Disgusting!
By default (as in Factory fresh) there are only about 17 icons on the home screen. All of which are easily movable. Lets compare to Android 4.2: Every app installed ends up with 2 icons (one on the desktop, on in the app tray) and deleting the icon from the desktop doesn't delete the app from the device (or even ask if that is what you meant.) That's fine if you understand that's the way it works, but not if you are a novice (or plain stupid as some other commenters have implied they are when it comes to iOS.)
Let's then look at the app tray... how is that is any kind of order by default? New apps seem to randomly appear in the list (is it sorted in some specific order? I don't know, I've never really taken time to look). Can you sort the icons? (Never tried.) It's extremely unwieldy and confusing. Even the UI on the Skinned Android Samsung devices my kids have does a better job of arranging the installed apps that stock Android.