I was asking what do you think about The Sims FreePlay.
Even if I did get an iPhone, I wouldn't play The Sims FreePlay due to mandatory aging despite being optional in other games. Since the Life Dreams update, people disliked the aging feature and either stopped playing it or played an older version of the game. Another option is not do the quest but you'll not be able to access the future content in later updates.
FreePlay is differnet from other games such as Proposing charging the player whereas it's free in other games, Pools aren't unlocked at start and are very expensive (3x3 pool is §30,000 in FreePlay, I think vs §720 in The Sims 3 for the same sized pool), the game asks when canceling an action, Schools must be built, Child and Elder in TS3/TS4 are renamed Preteen and Senior, respectively in FreePlay and so on.
Edit: It seems that The Sims FreePlay dropped support for iOS devices running iOS 4, now you need at least iOS 5 to run FreePlay. Previous requirement was iOS 4.3 (originally 3.0).
Also one thing I forgot to note was that The Sims FreePlay requires an Internet connection and it's the only Sims game to require it. The Sims 4 doesn't require Internet to play although an Internet connection is required to start The Sims 4 in order to sign in to Origin. If you are not connected to the Internet and Origin isn't running, The Sims 4 will not start as the sign in will fail. If you are disconnected from the Internet after signing in to Origin, The Sims 4 will start.
Based on the replies, looks like FreePlay is part of the Broken Base. It seems to be one of the few Sims game I dislike mostly because of the aging and hard and time consuming it is. I used to like it when it came out but the newer updates changed my mind.