Motorola Droid DOES Have Multi-Touch [VIDEO PROOF]


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  1. phandroid

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    I’ve heard A LOT of people insisting the Motorola Droid DOES NOT have Multi-Touch. They are wrong. I can quickly prove this by showing you a video of the Picsay update that just hit Android Market… which supports Multi-Touch for Android 2.0:picsay even has PINCH AND ZOOM. What critics don’t understand or failed to [...]

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  2. Carl C

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    If anyone is interested this Multi-touch option is only available in the free edition of Picsay until the Paid edition is updated with this Feature :)

    I beleive this is the first App on the market to support Multi-Touch aswell :D
     
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    Considering the 2.0 SDK was just released last week, it did not take long to add it. This just makes me thing Google left it out of the browser on purpose because of some issues with Apple.
     
  4. Electro

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    I'm not sure if it was with Apple...I think it was probably Verizon. They are already known for crippling their handsets. Maybe they are closer to selling the iPhone than we think and don't want to hurt possible sales by offering another device with multi-touch. They could have had wi-fi with the first Blackberry Storm but nixed it in the bud. They were practically forced to utilize that capability with the Storm 2 and some other handsets.
     

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