I'm currently trying out an Android after six months on the iphone 4, and years of android before that. I'm aware of many of the pros and cons of each type of phone, but wanted to find out if a couple of specific things on Android are available on the iphone 6: 1. I get a few nuisance calls a day from all over the country. I discovered an app called "Blacklist" that allows me to block callers, and divert any that are not in my contacts list straight to voicemail. It is a Godsend. I love it. No more fumbling to answer calls from direct marketers or fundraisers. Now when the phone rings, I know it's a legitimate call from someone I know. Is there any app like this for iphone that can work just as well? (I know you can add individual numbers to a blocked call list, but that's something different and far less effective). 2. Does 'ok google' or 'google now' work on iphone? I rather like it. 3. Somehow I've set up this phone I'm using to interface with Facebook in a way that I prefer to previous methods. I'v set it up to get notified when an actual message comes in, not any other annoying FB notifications. A little icon appears at the top of the screen, and when I tap it takes me into the notifcation area that shows me a few lines of the message. Not only is this convenient and non-obstrusive, I think it also means that the sender of the message might not realize I've read it if I only look at in my notification bar. When you read a message in the Facebook app itself, it definitely shows you've read it. Could I set up an iphone 6 the same way?