Also, consider that the Android would need much fewer "apps" to reach the equivalent functionality of the iPhone - since it has support for Flash.
I use "apps" in quotes, since most iPhone "apps" seem to be re-packaged web-pages.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
I had a fun conversation with someone who seemed to think "Apps" were unique to Apple and that they invented Apps. They did not seem to grasp the fact that "App" is short for Application... and that Applications have existed for much longer than the iphone and it's App store.
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3vi1, you may be correct. Though there are some gems within the iPhone App Store, but some that you have to look for.
It's interesting google has that much apps but I'm still split, unless someone can implement Flash in Mobile Safari, I'm probably going to go with the iPhone 4.
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Lol... they must have thought Apps was short for Apples. That's a riot!
TaylorKarras that does not make sense Mobile Safari would be in an iPhone not in a Android phone, therefore if someone cannot implement it in Safari the iPhone would not have it not vice verse. Much of this really make the video ( http://www.break.com/index/iphone-4-vs-htc-evo.html ) that much more relevant.
"Though there are some gems within the iPhone App Store, but some that you have to look for."
But looking in the Android Marketplace is even more difficult, there's not even a simple rating scale! That's fine for the free apps, but not something you have to pay $3 to find out if it's OK or not; and, not all the apps have online reviews. With 70,000 apps, they REALLY need to implement some way to let people know what they're buying.
I meant to say unless somebody can Implement Flash in Mobile Safari, I'm going to go with the Android Phone. Sorry I got it mixed up.
Wow, how could they have not put a rating system? I would think that is a very important feature to allow consumers to make the right decision when purchasing an app.
And with 70,000 apps.... you're gonna need to know what you're even looking for before venturing out to find a sweet app lol
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