Okay, so maybe not the number one reason. But perhaps number two…?
I’ve been an Android user for a few weeks now and the one thing I have missed the most hasn’t been a physical keyboard (though I do miss it). I just didn’t realize how much I use the Kindle app! This week Amazon made good on it’s promise and released version 1.0 of Kindle for Android.
Hold the phone, a few things are notably missing.
I have a confession to make: I don’t like taking my bible to church.
I like taking notes during the sermon but attempts to keep a bible open along with a small notebook can be very frustrating at times.
So I’ve moved toward a more mobile and easier to manage bible: YouVersion.
The team at LifeChurch.tv have done an excellent job with this app and the fact that they have rolled it out to so many different platforms has been very encouraging.
Yeah, iPhone 4 is all the rage today.
As such, Mashable published a pretty slick comparison of Droid X and the iPhone 4…
The Android Market is one hot mess.
There seems to be an explosion of apps being created and added to the ‘ever expanding Android Market’, which currently has over 50,000 apps. However, no word on how many of those apps are, well, not worth downloading.
So how do you distinguish between the good and bad? (My stink-eye is looking at you, soundboard apps…)
Perhaps this might help…
With the purchase of my first Android device, I wasn’t expecting to get drafted into the Android Army, but somehow it happened.
Maybe it was that little green robot, or the deliciously named updates, or the underdog mentality – whatever the case, the whole openness and cries of “Choice!” are as inspiring as a William Wallace’s, “Freeeeeeedommmmmm!”
With the latest dish of Google Froyo goodness being
slowly rolled out with its fancy features like tethering and mobile hotspots (provided the service providers give them the nods), it’s an exciting time to be an Android user.
But not all is what it seems…