Moto X on Kit Kat was the closest experience I've had to iOS levels of robustness and fluidity. I can see the Moto X 2 potentially being the phone that will finally get me to move over to Android from iOS, but the current is not it. Biggest drawbacks: 1) Hardware - is sometimes "just good enough" (the display, which was fine), and often not even close (processing, camera). 2) Integrated software - Google needs an iMessage and FaceTime to be ideally integrated into Hangouts, tied to a phone number 3) Security via TouchID/other - this is one thing I've never thought I would miss but it really adds a level of security without the hassle of Pins and passwords. Battery life was good, system was fluid, but really bogged down trying to do some things like navigate Maps rapidly. Flipboard was always almost unusable on the Moto X either due to a horrific port and awful usage of processing or just bad code, or maybe the Moto X isn't powerful enough to do simple flipping page renditions?