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Old June 21st, 2011, 12:36 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Evil.Bonsai View Post
took me a bit to realize this but this is how I see it:

an android phone is a pretty cool, powerful handheld computer that can do all kinds of neat things. It can also make calls. All these things are done through 'apps.' You can pick and choose most of these apps, if you choose, to make the phone work they way you want it to, or look a specific way. Whether dialing numbers to make a call or sending a text, checking weather or just seeing what you have planned tomorrow, it's all done through specific apps. Some are basic to android ("vanilla" android if you will), some are customised by the phone maker (sense, touchwiz, blur) and some you can find in the market or elsewhere.

I'd say, just get used to how the phone works as it is, then start experimenting with new apps/widgets. For inspiration, check out the 'theme' or 'post your screen' threads. Lots of good stuff in there.
very well said.
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