General Chomp vs. native messaging app post update.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by WBMc36, Sep 3, 2010.

  1. WBMc36

    WBMc36 Well-Known Member
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    So after this 2.2 update, i have been slowly starting to use the native messaging app again, and i can honestly say it is finally on par with chomp. Minus the customization of notifications and backgrounds and whatnot, all of which i dont really use, i am wondering if i should do away with chomp and go back to the stock app? The only thing i think i would miss about chomp is how i have it set so when i get a text the screen lights up so i can slide down and read it without having to press the lock button up top. Thoughts?
     

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  2. Stupifier

    Stupifier Well-Known Member
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    I love my customization.......gotta keep to non-stock personally.
     
  3. superchaos

    superchaos Well-Known Member
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    I'm keeping chomp. The custom settings are needed and desired.
     
  4. JakRabbitSlim

    JakRabbitSlim Well-Known Member
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    Why would you get rid of a free app when you prefer its features?
     
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  5. gruss

    gruss Well-Known Member
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    The new HTC app has the one feature that trumps all others though, in a convo with screen on it doesn't keep making sound when the person responds! Trying handcent again now, but looking for native app.
     

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