Can I replicate some iPhone features with Android?

I am debating whether to get a new iPhone 5 or Galaxy Note 2 (when it releases.) But I have a few questions.

Are there any reliable apps that let me put my iTunes music, podcasts, and playlists on Android?

One thing I like about Apple is that their apps are checked out before they're put into the marketplace. I'm always leery about Android apps. From what I read, there are more security issues with Android than Apple. True?

Screen sensitivity. It seems to me when I play with Galaxy 3s and iPhone 4s that the apple is more responsive. Is this my imagination? I find my Motorola is definitely less responsive than the iPhone, but it wasn't something I noticed until I began using it day to day?

I love the S Memo on Samsung. Are there Apple apps that work as well?

And that's it! I would appreciate any feedback you can give me.

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iTunes to Android

Easy Phone Tunes will synchronize your iTunes library from your PC to your Android device. I recently synchronized 6700 songs (approx 26GB) to my Galaxy S3. Note: it will not synchronize protected files.
App is free to transfer files, you need to pay ($0.99) if you want to transfer playlists.

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(NT) There's always DoubleTwist for that sync.

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