For doing simulations only (meaning, not going to make a PCB), I prefer LTspice.
But, if intending to build an actual PCB/real-circuit, I prefer doing schematics/pcb’s in Kicad.
I ran into a problem with NGspice/kicad when wanting to simulate an Audio Amp using a WAV file as the input source.
WAV file works great in LTspice (zero problems) but, NGspice does not appear to like WAV files (or renamed to .TXT…etc).
I discovered a simple way to use the circuit in Kicad: generate the Netlist file but select ‘Spice’ as the file type and it generates a xxx.CIR
Then, simply open the .CIR in LTspice. Thus, no need to make the circuit in LTspice.