WSJ:These are the apps and phones used by the Rich and Famous
0. phoneArena posted on 04 Mar 2013, 01:04
The WSJ has interviewed a number of people who you might consider to be rich, famous or both in an attempt to find out which apps they use on a daily basis along with the phone that is their daily driver; those being featured include a rel estate investor who is one of sharks on ABC-TV's Shark Tank, a Fashion Designer and a first baseman for the New York Yankees...
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1. Droid_X_Doug posted on 04 Mar 2013, 01:44 4 0
"...they needed the physical QWERTY keyboard that they felt they could depend on for typing."
And yet, a BB 10 series with a physical keyboard is what? Three months away? Great move RIM/BB.
2. clark posted on 04 Mar 2013, 01:49 10 3
as usual apple icrap again as people always think that if you have an iphone then it means that you're superior, above the all, fantastic, rich, gorgeous and whatever. But the truth is apple iphone is getting worse as years come and never had any innovation to give. Android is still far way better than iOS but only few people knew that those who are smart enough to classify which one is the real innovative smartphone and those who is just hiding on the word "gorgeous" but just a crappy expensive.
6. anywherehome posted on 04 Mar 2013, 03:04 3 3
exactly...I couldn't survive with outdated feature-phone iConboard 5 :)
3. samsung_royally (banned) posted on 04 Mar 2013, 01:49 2 1
No matter how much I hate those overpriced product that keep shown off by riches, at least they made a smart choice and make sure their device has adobe flash, hdmi, nfc and bluetooth file transfer, which create even more productivity...
Kudos to blackberry richman, who refuse any of the icrap
5. PapaSmurf posted on 04 Mar 2013, 02:54 1 0
You got banned for your comment, but it was pretty funny lol.
4. phil2n posted on 04 Mar 2013, 02:06 0 0
I'm interested in people but actually I don't know either one of them. Maybe it's because I'm living in Philippines
8. lyndon420 posted on 04 Mar 2013, 03:36 1 0
No...truth is these are fake people. Move along people...nothing interesting here - just another apple ad.
9. Robes1 posted on 04 Mar 2013, 06:47 4 0
I have never seen such a collection of random ignorant hate as the gathering of idiots that live in PhoneArena's comments section! How can you hate people for makin a choice that you disagree with? And how can you not see that as the electronic bigotry that it is?
10. PAPINYC (limited) 4 days ago posted on 04 Mar 2013, 07:28 1 1
Of all the millionaires/billionaires on Wall Street (and in NYC), they chose that lack-luster lot?? First and foremost, Barbara (Corcoran) only knows how to check her email on that thing and yap-yap away; I've seen her personally. That Zillow app' probably took her two days to learn (four if she had to sync' her phone with iTunes to activate the purchase). That Yankee's guy, no wonder we're losing - ughhh!! That so-called "designer" probably satisfies her compulsions related to OCD with that keyboard; just about everyone I know in fashion has some degree of the disorder. Ishrak is the only normal one of the entire lot; and, unfortunately, I do not know him.
In my UES circles everyone is ditching (or has ditched) their BugBerries and iPhones.
11. soshi posted on 04 Mar 2013, 09:17 1 0
I though I would get advice about productivity application here but nothing and I don't know who are these people, why we need to know the application they fave? Are you trying to make top list application with different way? well, it fail.
Better make top application or game based on what some well known people like: top games that top gamers choose. Top scientific application that well known scientist use to help their research, etc etc
12. squallz506 posted on 04 Mar 2013, 12:45 0 0
Thank you phone arena.
I don't know how much longer I could have lived without this vital information.
14. sithvenger (banned) posted on 04 Mar 2013, 16:17 0 0
Tex is smart for two reasons. He's a Yankee, and an iPhone user. Gooooooooo Tex, and play a little better defense at first base this year.