My mother. No matter what device it is, it never seems to work properly for her. Every single thing she has ever owned, tablet, phone, computer, gives her strange errors that I have never seen in my life and have no clue on how to help her. She's had an iphone since they first came out, and me and her both have macs. We both think the galaxies look fantastic. The stuff you can do is so cool. She's really nervous though because all she knows is Apple. She's never had an android device before. I never have either, well I did own an android phone, but the phone was horrible. Not the operating system, but the phone was just horrible. I'm pretty comfortable working with both ios and android, so I have no worries about making the switch, but I'm worried about my mom. She's not a technical person at all. How easy would it be to transfer her music and contacts over? How confusing would it be for her to learn the operating system and all of it's neat features? She's pretty familiar with the ios so it's not like she's never owned a smart phone before. Now, we are both getting Kindle Fires in a few weeks, because she's not wanting to pay 500 dollars for an ipad. I told her that the Fire is running android, though it's a heavily modified version of it, so hopefully that will get her use to the general platform and how it works.