The thing with “false advertising” is that you have to show that they actually advertised something that they aren’t doing. Just saying it is available on both Android and Apple devices does not mean that it was false advertising. If you took it to imply that they had equal performance, then it was simply just your assumption not something that was advertised.
False advertising example: when a company advertises something for $10, no fine print on the advertisment. Yet when you get there, you find out it is $50 but you can get it down to $10 if you do x y z.
Technically both work, both are playable, and you can play with friends on either platform. Both platforms have bugs. I still crash on my iPad. Just recently I had War Dragons refuse to open on my iPad. The fact that it runs better on Apple is because of numerous reasons, but our suspected chief one is that it was originally made for Apple and then ported to Android a year later.
Also the issue brought up in this thread, attack invites not being received, well that happens to me too on my iPad. Not all the time but I’m not on all day anymore either. There are still times where I have to restart simply because I am not receiving any invites and/or mine can’t be seen. So this isn’t an exclusive Android-only problem. When it gets really bad, it means it is time to restart the device. Not restart the game, restart the device completely.