Who's who: iPhone users vs. Android users

Hunch used 15,800 answers to questions it asked its 700,000 members to predict particular demographics, personality and other characteristics based on their cellphone’s operating system, and then crossed those results with millions of other questions those same users answered on Hunch.

The data found that Android users are more likely to be men between ages 18-34 with an annual household income between $50,000 and $100,000, while iPhone/iOS users are more likely to be women over the age of 35 and are 67 percent more likely to have an annual household of $200,000 or more.

The study also noted Android users are slightly more likely to be pessimistic, math-inclined pet owners that watch “How I Met Your Mother,” ESPN and “The Lord of the Rings.” Android users are also 36 percent more likely to not remember their last vacation and prefer steak and chicken over sushi and Thai food.