Apps you'll miss.


  1. legacy

    legacy Well-Known Member

    So, I'm leaving my iPhone when the Evo comes out, and I was comparing my apps to what is available in the Android Marketplace and realized that there are a few apps I'll miss. This is my list:

    Sportactular - Best App I've found for keeping track of scores, stats, etc in real time.

    BBVA Compass - Looks like Android has an app, but it's JUST to search for nearest location. My iPhone app lets me transfer money, and check all of my balances.

    Zynga Poker - Really polished Texas Hold Em app that lets you play against real players online.

    TV Guide - Haven't got a chance to look at the ones on Android yet, but this one has a nice, easy to read format.

    Facebook - Heard the experience isn't as nice on Android.

    3D Games - Apple seems to have more than Android. Some of them are pretty sweet.

    What Apps will you miss from your current phone (assuming it isn't Android)? I have no doubt that I'll be able to replace most of my current apps with something similar, but these are the ones I've grown used to.

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  2. Bek

    Bek Well-Known Member

    What apps will I miss? Well, considering I'm coming from a Palm Pre....



    NOTHING!!

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  3. Eguy

    Eguy Well-Known Member

    The only app I have not found a suitable replacement for from webOS is Whendle and of course the games (But those are coming soon). I will miss Preware as well.
  4. momoceio

    momoceio Well-Known Member

    I haven't used Sportacular since I've never owned an iPhone but SportsTap on Android is nice.
  5. wndrshwzn

    wndrshwzn Well-Known Member

    Friendstream-courtesy of HTC Sense UI, will take care of your social networking-facebook/twitter/flickr....check this website out to browse apps...
    Find great Android apps and games - AppBrain

    the app store is all iphone has going for it-barely...android itself is an iphone killer
  6. cabbie

    cabbie Well-Known Member

    I thought sportacular was live scores on android
  7. cabbie

    cabbie Well-Known Member

    also i have tvguide on android and also a facebook which is also good
  8. neodorian

    neodorian Well-Known Member

    Task manager and notifications of WebOS. Not a whole lot more. Most are either cross-platform (Foursquare, Facebook, Shoutcast, etc.) or they are things you can just do on the web anyway. In a way, the whole app-for-everything model kind of annoys me. All these phones have great browsers now that can render all kinds of rich web content and yet everyone wants 99 cents for a dedicated app that is essentially a front end for the web app. Totally worthless IMO.

    I tend to use smart phones for the built-in functionality (web, messaging, nav, phone, calendar, contacts, etc.) and only get a few apps to fill in the gaps with some streaming media and time wasters.
  9. momoceio

    momoceio Well-Known Member

  10. Ilya

    Ilya Well-Known Member

    WebOS:

    Facebook is pretty nice on WebOS

    Agenda

    Pack'n'Track (tracks your shipments with various carriers)

    Checkbook

    Reboot Scheduler - useful for smart phones because they are like any other computer...need a reboot from time to time.

    Internalz - Allows you to browse the internal space of the phone and move files around

    and Mileage Monitor - Nicely designed app

    I'm sure I'll be able to find a suitable replacement on Android.
  11. fabulas

    fabulas Active Member

    Comming from Windows Mobile:
    eWallet
    Splashmoney
    Windows Live Hotmail Client
  12. LatinP

    LatinP Well-Known Member

    Here is one thing you won't miss Adobe Flash, because Apple aint getting that anytime soon! But guess what we are lol. So basically you can play the flash Facebook games in the browser window which is still much large than the conventional iphone app screen at least on the Evo. (I play Zynga Poker, too I love it!)

    The Facebook app isn't bad at all, 3D games we have some but don't expect any farting games or the look I can mimic a lighter app. There is a TV Guide app for android looks just like... well... TV Guide. There are a few great sports apps on Android and as far as compass I'm not really sure.
  13. Loonytunes

    Loonytunes Well-Known Member

    I will tell you the 2 apps I am looking forward to that you can't get on the pre. Shazam, and google goggles. There are probably more, but I am excited about these.
  14. gabbott

    gabbott Well-Known Member

  15. reallynotnick

    reallynotnick Well-Known Member

    I was going to say games until I saw the 50 Android games in one video, seeing how well the games run on the Moto Driod I can't wait to see what power these snapdragon phones have. Not to mention since there is now the Nexus One, Incredible, and EVO all with similar specs I expect to see some games aimed at pushing those devices.
  16. TheBiles

    TheBiles Well-Known Member

    Since I'm coming from the HTC Hero, I definitely won't miss the same apps lagging like hell. :D
  17. nycbhh

    nycbhh Well-Known Member

    Tap and Track
  18. SprintFun

    SprintFun VIP Member VIP Member

    Samsung Instinct proprietary OS:

    Abso-freakin-lutely nothing.
  19. MsRandall

    MsRandall Well-Known Member

    Coming from Blackberry I will miss BB Messenger and the Tour Slots apps

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