I prefer free apps, especially games. I think mobile games are often very poor and if (probably the best one) Angry Birds can be free, I don't see why all the rest can.
There are some incredible apps for free and I dislike the idea of paying for an app unless it does something truly amazing or includes something like non-royalty free codecs that need to be paid for.
MyName, 28 Apr 2011Blackberry overtook OVILook again, Blackberry is estimated to overtake Ovi in the future, but now is below. Good to see that Electronic Arts, Gameloft and Rovio have more apps on Ovi than on Android ;)
Anonymous, 28 Apr 2011These apps don't work across all Android phones. That's fragmentation and some free apps are w... moreIt is true that there is fragmentation in Android, however it is not as bad as Symbian, and approximately 95% of the apps will work on every phone
hahaha 300K+ apps what a joke
how many apps does a person need
most of the apps are junk, theres only so much you can do with a phone
Games on the other hand is good, hopefully in the future games will be separated from "Apps" so we get a better picture
These apps don't work across all Android phones. That's fragmentation and some free apps are written specifically for a particular phone model and would not work on any other Android device. I'm not surprised with the number of free crApps on the Market given the number of Android device. Most of these apps are crap and these fandroids are also cheapskates and would rather pirate their paid apps on applanet.net. Every single Android users I know pirate their apps from applanet.
I'm sticking to my Nokia N8 for now until some Android manufacturer comes up with a device with better camera or when the sgs2 drops down its price whichever comes first.
mainly free junk apps, fart apps and rocky soundboards and other pointless one's. scratch and sniff (whats all that about?) pure junk.
[deleted post]Umm Nokia did it by it self. They don't want Symbian anymore. They want Windows.
[deleted post]yeah and Iphone user setting an example of being down right cheap ;) ... carry on with your dig , one can easily make it out that you bloody frustated owning Iphone :-) ... you have burned a hole in your pocket already now you will get chance to burn your whole pants by buying Apple applications through App Store :-) ... if by chance you need some dough dont be shy borrowing it from us android users as we have saved enough by not paying for the application as most of them are free for android unlike Apple :-) TC
Quality and fun come first, to me, apple and android are pretty much the same now. But Amazon offer 1 free paid per day is awesome. Also, some free apps in android are pretty useful.
Ps: cm7 rocks.
[deleted post]Actually you're third and the person before you is second. My comment is awaiting moderation. :P lol
But yeah, YAAYYY ANDROID! Now if only there was a way for you to send Elop onto Apple and get them to switch to using the Kin as the iCrap 5, that'd surely make people see how garbage iphones are.
i don't really care how much apps android and iOS has. Now it's not that much of a big deal ( who would browse through all 75k++ free apps ? )..
What matter is the quality of the apps. I hate to say this but most of the free apps are junk. I use nexus S and the free apps mostly is like puzzle and other replicate junks. Well, i'm happy with all the essential apps and free though (whatsapp *free unlike iOS* , adobe flash, etc)..
Nice one android world domination will so be complete.A droid a day keeps the apple away!!!
i'd be fine with just the essentials (skype , messengers and the sort...) although it wouldnt hurt if u could have anything u want :P...i wont like a day to come when i say, o shit my platform does not have that app!
Please fix your Facebook Sharing.
Our of all the mobile review sites you're the only one that won't integrate "normally" with Facebook.
Example: I linked this article and only the URL address showed up. No picture. No description. No title to be seen...
Otherwise keep up the good work! Just fix that "bug" with sharing on FB.