You should resent Apple for forcing you into this position.
The cool thing about Google is that their services are almost always cross-platform. I would bet that you use many of them already - YouTube, Maps, Gmail, Search, etc.
I think one of the best things about Android is simply the choice. You can choose the device and price point that meets your needs. If you want an absolute powerhouse of a device and don’t mind paying a premium price, get a Galaxy Note 10 Plus. If you want a “pure” vision of Android as Google intends it, with cutting edge AI features and the tightest hardware/software integration then you can get a Pixel. If you want a device with flagship specs at a lower price with a community-driven approach, then get a OnePlus.
And if you enjoy taking pictures, the cameras on the current top-range Android devices (Huawei P30 Pro, Galaxy Note 10+, OnePlus 7 Pro) are absolutely wiping the floor with Apple.
In dxomark’s camera reviews, Apple’s current flagship (XS Max) is 10th place in the list.
You can expect the upcoming Pixel 4 (out next month) to take top spot. I would be very surprised if it didn’t.
EDIT - Also Google Assistant is next level, Siri is really a joke in comparison.