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Android is awesome and powerful, but it has, shall we say, a learning curve. That scares some people away. After all, iOS is so intuitive that babies can use it. Literally. But you're not a baby. Android may require a little effort to learn and set up, but you get a tangible return on that investment: A properly configured Android phone can get you the stuff you want faster and with less work than any other mobile operating system. These tips will get you started exploring. Don't stop! Once you're comfortable with the basics, customizing your phone is actually kind of fun. Many of us fell in love with technology because the process of mastering it brought with it a sense of accomplishment. And once you get an Android phone tailored to your needs, you just might realize you don't want something that's all set up right out of the box—because nothing beats a custom fit. Android is the most popular mobile operating system in the world. While Apple's iOS (iPhone and iPad) receives lavish attention and has a devout following, Android continues to rack up impressive numbers. In fact, according to figures released as recently as January 2014, Android had an astounding 79 percent worldwide market share in 2013! Part of the reason for this is that Android faces little competition. iOS continues to be its only viable foe, particularly in the United States with about a 41 percent market share. Windows Phone and the ever-fading Blackberry continue to be also-rans