You will be excited, and you will damn well like it. Deal with it.
this was typed on a phone! technology! woo!
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Thread: The Countdown thread!
12-07-2012, 15:17 #11Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]
13-07-2012, 03:38 #12
=O 43 days 4 hours!
[7 days 16 hours till betaaaaaaaa]
13-07-2012, 11:08 #13
I don't have an Android (I'm an iPhone guy...yet I hate Apple computers, LOL), so no app for me, although, I haven't checked the app store in a while.
The worst thing now that we have a release date is that the closer we get to release, the slower time will feel like it's going.
13-07-2012, 11:40 #14
I doubt there'd be similar apps in the apple store, Apple wouldn't bother accepting such an app because it would only be downloaded for a month, and I doubt that anyone would pay the $100 developing fee just to even try to get one up there, unless they were going to charge $2.
this is why you should avoid all apple products <___< Just imagine the uproar if Microsoft told people what they could and couldn't install on Windows, lol..Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]
13-07-2012, 12:12 #15
13-07-2012, 12:18 #16
13-07-2012, 12:39 #17
13-07-2012, 13:27 #18
Blackberry's app store is a frigging joke regardless. But they're not limited to only putting on the apps which RIM says they can. You can download any app from anywhere and put it on the phone by email or usb transfer, like you can with Android. I know this because I did it to one of my friend's phones so that she could have multicolored notification LEDs. My father also has a company Blackberry, the Bold 9700 or something like that. It's pathetic.
So yes, I would tell them to avoid Blackberries, especially if they don't want an unsupported device from a dead company in a few months. However even if that did happen, at least the third party community would keep them going for a while. Ever since Android 2.3, there is literally no reason for any technologically knowledgeable person to use an iphone or windows phone - and that holds true even more now that we're up to version 4.1.
Last edited by shawn; 13-07-2012 at 13:31.Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]
13-07-2012, 13:55 #19
13-07-2012, 13:57 #20
To be honest, the stock KB is amazing in ICS and jb. Swiftkey and swype have made some recent jumps in usability as well, including auto correcting when you miss the spacebar.
this was typed on a phone! technology! woo!Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]