Many people cannot stop but complain about the issue of device fragmentation which Android has seen since its release and mass adoption across the globe. While this is true, one aspect of Android remains absolutely constant and un-fragmented.
And that constant is the Google integration capability which Android provides out of the box. No fancy app required, no $$$ to spend on downloading an app, no rooting / jailbreaking of your device to enable this feature. The feature is available natively as part of the core platform. While many users out there don’t understand or cannot comprehend the time saving this brings, but imagine if you had to keep your device in sync each weekend just to make sure that if you lost the device all your data didn’t go away with it.
Well with Android that’s one big worry off your head. No need to carry around cables and software to let you sync your mobile device to a desktop. All your information including, Contacts, Mail, Calendar, Tasks, RSS feeds, Bookmarks and even your Google Searches get cached and stored with your Google Account giving you access to all this information on any device through your PC or on your phone.
In simple terms, complain as much as you want about device fragmentation, but from a perspective of time saving and efficiency, Google Integration definitely trumps the issue of fragmentation.