Hello I've just snapped up a Nexus 4. Yay me. Although I already have an iPhone 5, and have been with iPhone for a number of years. I haven't gone off the iPhone, but the Nexus 4 has been the first phone I've read about that seems to be comparatively as good as/better/equal to any of the iPhone variations I have been through. Whilst I am not sure I will make the hard switch (which ever way I decide to go in the end, I can sell on, thank goodness for demand), I do need some tips as to how mu iOS habits can be retained in Android. For example, here's my typical usage. Phoning people, rarely. Texting, rarer than that. I take a LOT of photos. Due to integration with my iMac a lot of my iPhoto stuff gets onto my iPhone too with Photostream. Is Dropbox a good alternative to keep my photos as I'm going from a 64gb device to a 16gb device? Are there other methods, and what's the photo browsing like on 4.2? Music-wise, due to work banning me from listening and me riding a scooter to work, I don't get a lot of commute/travel music done but I do like to use Spotify's offline playlists as well as the onboard music app. How does Android handle music play? I vowed no more CDs this year so buy everything digitally anyway, can content I bought in iTunes be stored via Google Play? Apps apps apps, I know there's a lot of cross-over in the mainstream apps and games like Angry Birds and Instagram. The former means I'll have to play all the levels again, (oh no, what a terrible thing that will be), but will my same Instagram/similar apps allow cross-device login, or will I lose all that was saved on the iOS device? Can Mac/OS contacts be installed on Android devices? In fact, is there any integration with Mac apps at all for syncing? I am sure I'll have more questions at a later date, I have two weeks before the Nexus 4 is arriving plenty of time to freak out about a big potential move. Thanks in advance!