#1: Apple has an app for moving data. It involves putting their app on your Android thingie so it can suck the life force from it. Details here
#2: Swype is in the App Store for 99¢, and several alternatives are in the "users also looked at..." listing on the Swype page.
#3: No app needed! It's a native feature. Click me! Click me!
#4: Any capacitive stylus should
work, though iPhone isn't optimized or tested for a stylus. A search of "iPhone stylus" in Amazon will pull up lots of choices.
#5: Is a "good music app" one that plays "good music"? What is "good"? iOS has a native music app (named "Music." Go figure.) that allows for your own music library as well as an Apple Music subscription. The Music app is designed to sync with iTunes on your computer. iTunes has its flaws, but it will move your personal music files/podcasts/videos/apps/etc. to and fro. And it's a free download.
1. Awesome thanks lol
2. I saw a couple of apps but with all the sweet and sour reviews I wasn't sure which one actually worked like Android swype and which one would just keep force closing.
3. Yup tried that when I 1st got the phone. All that does is move it to a folder called "Hidden Photos" that is easily accessible by anyone. I need something out of site and that is password protected.
4. I wasn't sure if the phone was Stylus capable or not or if I had to download an app for it to recognize a stylus. My Noted Edge's Stylus would work for some phones even tablets, even the shop scan tool but not everything.
5. Good as in has old music as well as new music. Underground music and Artist as well not just mainstream. EX. I will look up Reggae I will instantly get Bob Marley or Beenie Man. There are other Artist like Buju Banton, Lady Saw, Vybz Kartel that will not show up.
Also good as in being able to be transferred to any device. I want to be able to back up my music on my PC and transfer it to any device. The only issue I have with Itunes (correct me if I am wrong) is that it is only for Apple Products. If I wanted to buy a generic music player just to have for my motorcycle I want to be able to put my music on that.
The reason why I won't just try a bunch of apps and delete them if they don't work is because that takes up space. I never learned how to completely remove an app from my phone, so they have always left data on my phone just incase I wanted to download the same app again. I would go into the app delete all the cache, saved data ect and force close the app before deleting it.
I've only had this phone 2 weeks, I'm still playing around with options and learning.