We've been using iPhones and iPads in our house (4 users) for the past few years. I look at the Android offerings here and there, but from what I can tell, they cannot share apps and settings without conflicts the way I have them set on the iOS devices. On the iPhones, you can set the following to 3 separate accounts: App Store, iCloud, and GameCenter For App Store, all of the devices are set to my account. Therefore, all purchases are shared. For iCloud and email, each of us has our own account. For GameCenter, each of us has our own account. From what I can tell on Android devices, you have to set the same account for Google Play and Google mail services. You can of course add additional Google accounts to each device. However, if I were to set my account as the primary on all 4 phones and then add each of the other 3 users Google accounts to their phones, then they can go through my email, google apps, etc. And games would be screwed up too. At least I have not seen a way to set it like the iPhones we have where the apps are totally separate from other settings. Is there some trick to this for Android to have it set like I have across our iPhones? Thanks!