Good evening all. This is my first post to this forum. I just became the proud owner of a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, which my wife has surprised me with as a gift. I have had a Droid Razr Maxx since June, along with Motorola Lapdock 500, which I purchased a short time later. So now that I finally have a true tablet, I guess that I have to figure out what I am going to do with it. I noticed that most, but not all of my apps installed from Google Play. It appears that some will require additional licensing. Should this be the case if they are based upon the same Gmail account? One question that I have right off the top is regarding email. I am sure that I am not alone in having several email accounts. One for Gmail, then a business account with my business' domain dot com address, and finally a few other home addresses. With the exception of the Gmail account, I have been using MailDroid on my phone with very good success. My business account is an IMAP account while the others are POP3. The IMAP account is hosted by GoDaddy. My questions is whether I should continue to use MailDroid, or does anyone have any suggestions regarding the stock email app on the Note? I also use DejaOffice to sync my phone with my Outlook email on my Computers. The PST file is kept in the cloud. I look forward to having great communication and support with everyone on this forum and I am pleased to have arrived. 'Bean.