Everything always seemed so confusing to me and having to write Java doesn't make it much more appealing. I did hear about alternative ways to develop for Android with Dart, Flutter, Kotlin and whatnot, but I'm still not so keen on figuring how those work.
Although I feel like I can't just completely ignore Android as there are just so many users, but boy will I hate the learning process
I think you should take another look at Android dev because there's been tons of improvements. Kotlin is a really solid language and I don't think I could ever go back to Java after having used Kotlin.
Also the Android team launched Android Architecture Components (ViewModel, LiveData, Room), Material Design 2 etc. which have made development immensely easy. I used to find iOS much easier to develop for but now they're both almost equal.
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