You won't see me bashing Android, though. It was a good experience, but there is still something about iDevices/iOS I really like. I switched from iPhone 5 to an HTC One (original) because I was a little annoyed with Apples's closed system. I even played around with Jailbreak on the 5, but hated that I had to worry about when/if that would be disabled. I really ended up enjoying Android on the HTC. I did some ROM'ing, but in the end I ended up getting tired of wasting my time with that. I settled on Google Play edition ROMSs which are basically pure Android with no skinning, and really enjoyed that. Switched to the HTC One M8 for my next phone and really think that's one of the best Android phones out there, even compared to the new Nexus 6 and Moto X. What brought me back was bigger screens, Swype capability and TouchId/Apple pay. I also like the changes in iOS from 7 onwards. I decided on an iPhone 6 Plus, and couldn't be happier. The one thing I really miss from Android is the Tasker app. I had just started recently using it and had come to depend on it for ease of use. I started with simple things like automatically setting my ringer to off, vibrate of full volume depending on certain triggers like WiFi network id availability or Bluetooth availability. I could have it automatically set my phone to vibrate as soon as it sensed my company network WiFi. It didn't even have to connect. When it connected to my car's Bluetooth or home WiFi, volume would go right back up. There's a ton more stuff that Tasker can do, and I was just getting into that. The only thing I could find on the app store was IFTTT, but that is more a social "case" app than a system "case" app. Am I missing something? Is there a Tasker equivalent app? Google search doesn't seem to think so. TL;DR? Switched from Android back to iPhone 6 Plus. Love it. But, need a "Tasker" equivalent app.