(Posts: 320; Member since: 21 Nov 2009)
Im around 100. Its a big reason not to go to droid. Esp since droid stop remembering ur apps!
(Posts: 316; Member since: 11 Aug 2010)
I hate retards like u its android not droid. Only verizon can use the word droid
(Posts: 1435; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
I currently have 109 installed on my iPhone 4. Only 32 on my nexus one. Nexus one was a good experiment, but my iPhone is primary mainly because of my apps. I have over 500 downloaded and the great thing is they're all on iTunes. Ready for me to install at a whim if I need them. Granted about a third indoor need. They've been replaced by better app. But I use each and every one of the 109 at some point each month. If I were to transfer over to android exclusively I would have to suffer the loss of functionality from those apps and for a lot of then there is no android equivalent. Basically the android app market pales in comparison.
(Posts: 2534; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)
Exactly my point. Android is great and all but why should I have to sacrifice all my applications and stuff that I use daily for "customization and freedom". I cant tell you how many times I've been ready to switch to Android, but when I started looking online for the applications I wanted to download (like a replacement for my 2do app), I was extremely disappointed. There are usually alternatives, but they are nowhere as good. Like Wolfram Alpha launched on Android a year later than when I first purchased it on my iPhone. That's just stupid. Why should I have to wait for Android when the iPhone is right here.
And to be honest, the longer I have my iPhone, and the more apps I download and buy, the harder it becomes to leave.
(Posts: 28; Member since: 09 Jan 2011)
I've 250 Apps Installed On My iPhone , 360 Apps Downloaded ' !