|(Right-hand Pic edited to my arrangement)|
My old Android (Google) was dying, so I just got an Apple iPhone 6 iOS9.
I found out that if you are running iOS9, Android has a Move from Android to iPhone app.
This made getting all my data (contacts, pictures, etc.) transferred to my iPhone easy.
It is a very nice smartphone, but it took me about 20hrs tinkering to get it the way I wanted it. Then there's the cost (don't ask) even though I use Consumer Cellular which provides low cost phones, no-contract account, and you customize you plan. Also give AARP discounts, which is great for us 70-somethings.
The madding thing is Apple insisting in forcing you to use iTunes to upload/sync anything. I had a very @#!@@#! time figuring out how to get my ringtones on the iPhone. In fact, it's iTunes that loads the driver so you can see you iPhone on your PC.
Finally found a YouTube video on how to do that, but if you watch it you'll see it is complicated. But its better than trying any sync/download app to work as advertised.
UPDATE: There are some mistakes in the above video, the author seems to be using an older version of iTunes. Also there is a ringtone download site that you can use to get ringtones in the correct .m4r format. ZEDGE Ringtones (screenshots below)
|Home Page for my iPhone|
|Example Download page|
CORRECTIONS: Here are screen shots for newer versions of iTunes you need.
There were several sites that helped, here's two:
So far, I do like iPhone 6 iOS9..... so far.