HTC Droid Incredible to get VCAST App store next week?
0. phoneArena 04 Nov 2010, 12:03 posted on
Although all of Verizon's Android phones running 2.2 will eventually get the VCAST App store, it looks like the HTC Droid Incredible will be the first to offer it...
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1. MikeG77 (Posts: 366; Member since: 24 Nov 2008)
WTF Verizon! Why not release the OTA update without the VCAST crap?!
2. jcoberg10 (Posts: 110; Member since: 30 Oct 2009)
Agreed, the incredible has a lot of bloat wear, that can not be removed. I've paid a total of $0.99 for apps in 7 months i don't want to pay for apps there for i don't need Vcast app store.... BEAT IT!
6. WP7Fan (unregistered)
Honestly every carrier has bloatware so I dont really see why this is such a big deal when everyone else also does the same thing...tis one reason why I like WP7 as you can uninstall the bloatware.
3. 123stilt (unregistered)
WHY WOULD ANYONE PAY FOR VCAST APPS when there is an android market with pretty much every you want either free or paid and with the android market place you got 24hrs to get a refund as well. no way vzw (ed lover voice)"come on son!!!"
7. WP7Fan (unregistered)
the purpose for this is for people to bill to thier account and not have to use a credit card or google check out. Its a benefit for those who might want to pay for the app later rather then right then...no one knows about the refund process till the app is out also dont want to use it ...then just use market.
4. MikeG77 (Posts: 366; Member since: 24 Nov 2008)
This is a Google OS! I don't need Bing, Bing Maps, City ID, VZ Navigator or this so called VCast app store! Verizon is just being greedy......which is normal for them! There are 2 ways to fix this.....either someone sues Verizon or companies like HTC, Samsung and LG stick up to Verizon and tell them not to @#$% with there products!
8. WP7Fan (unregistered)
if your in the business of making money...dont you want to...well...make money...besides its not like the OEM's are selling devices direct to consumers..if that was the case then people would pay 500 to 800 for a phone easy..also certain phones like the incredible and even to some degree the Evo wouldnt be around since carriers order these phones to the companys on specifications...kiss that 8gig internal storage goodbye....and even still people act like carriers bully OEM's lol.
9. MikeG77 (Posts: 366; Member since: 24 Nov 2008)
Im not saying Verizon can't make money what i am saying is that these services should be optional! As a consumer i should have the option to remove ANY unwanted software that i deem unwanted. They could easily produce an app that you can download but now there forcing it on people.
5. newfdog 13 (Posts: 64; Member since: 06 Mar 2010)
Typical greedy Verizon, can't leave well enough alone. Sell me the damn phone, the way the manufacturers want them spec'd out, and just give me my signal!!! IS THAT SO HARD?