Hello! I hope I'm on the right Forum, because I'm drowning in my own confusion and this one seems mighty friendly. I've had an iPhone for the past 5 years, but things are going "no contract/cheaper monthly bill but you pay full price for your phone," (I'm AT&T BTW, hope that's OK), and once I picked myself up off the floor after looking at the iPhone 6 price, I decided to stick with my ancient 4s, though it was having some charging problems. That was Thurs. evening. The phone completely died Friday, unable to take a charge at all, AT&T voodoo, I say. Not wanting to pay more for a phone than I did for my last laptop, I chose the LG G3 Vigor. It is a lovely phone, and in general, I'm really good with electronics. But there is something about being used to iPhones that is making learning the Vigor a truly frustrating experience. A few questions of you all: For those of you who have made the switch from iPhone to Android, any words of wisdom? Is there something I'm doing that is universal to iPhoners that I need to unlearn? Anything you have to say would be helpful. I got my Contacts onto my new phone using Bluetooth, and now I have to tackle the calender. Does SmoothSync work? Why does it cost close to $4,00? Will it also transfer my notes? I read something about things being erased when the app is updated. Huh? I listen to a lot a lot of podcasts. I've gotten a lot of them through a Podcast app through Google Play, but they don't stream all that well, i.e. they pause. Why? OK, this is a big one, something I should have asked about before buying the phone. I used Siri, and imessage, a lot. I dictated most of my texts. Now, I get that i can do "ok google" for searches, and I even by accident got the phone to call my husband, but does it have voice to text capability? If not, is there an app for this? Sorry to be such a spaz. I usually welcome change and am amazed at my frustration level with this phone. Perhaps Apple brainwashes people, I don't know. Thanks for your help. And hey, if there is a better place for me to be, like "AT&T Degenerates.com" just let me know.