Originally Posted by bfksc
The model of phone makes no difference. All Android phones function essentially the same way since they all use similar OS versions. And if an app can be moved on the Nexus S, it can be moved on the HTC One X, or Samsung Galaxy S III, or Note, or any other model that has 'SD card' memory available, including most tablets.
Maybe so, but the Nexus S has a certain amount of internal memory 'partitioned' for apps, and the rest for USB storage. The Galaxy nexus isn't 'partitoned.' All 16 GB is available for storage on the Galaxy Nexus. There's no 0.98 internal storage and then 13.31 GB USB storage, as it's set up on the Nexus S.
That's my main 'complaint' and why I should have saved for the Galaxy Nexus... That and no JB 4.2 support. LOL
But, I've downloaded a few more apps that are 'movable' to USB storage, so the theory of inability to move to USB by the authors seems to be the case.
Thanks for the help.