Happy Fourth of July weekend to all the US folks here. Now, before I go on I just want to say I am not sue happy nor am I looking to make a bunch of lawyers a bunch of money. I am wondering if anyone has heard of any class action by Android users against Apple for its Programmer exclusivity policy. I am referring to the agreement that requires programmers only to write an app for Apple using Apple tools. I am not an apple hater. The reason I ask is that I have noticed there are quite a few event specific apps that are only available to the iPhone that just dropped (don't judge but the one I really wanted was the official Tour de France app as it started today) I feel that is safe to assume that the Official Android app is not yet available because of the aforementioned agreement that I believe most on here are aware of. ie: hurdles of not being allowed to cross platform develop forces developer to choose one store over the other. I know the FTC has started some investigating of Apple's policy for anti trust violations. I am just wondering if Android users as a consumer group can be proactive through litigation (sounds like such a dirty word *sigh*) to help end that policy. I do not need my nice Evo 4g to be an iPhone. I like no dropped calls the ability to customize my pocket computer/phone as I see fit, but I am bothered knowing that when a new app is released that I want there is no way to get it because the developer has been FORCED to agree not to make it. (By only being allowed to use Apple supplied programmer tools) I understand the developer can make the app for Android using other tools, but for time sensitive events like sporting events most will not have the time or willingness to put out the capital to make both. Please do not turn this into another Apple sucks thread. I am just interested in exploring the legal option of Android users arguing they are negatively impacted by Apple's exclusivity policy. Thank you and I look forward to the replies.