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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by aztechmaster, Dec 27, 2009.

  1. aztechmaster

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    :) Hello all, got a Droid, so long blackberry (sniff*). So far liking it a LOT no more battery pulls!!!!
     

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    Welcome to the AF forums and enjoy your visits !! :cool:
     
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    Yah, I'm coming from Blackberry too and I also miss it but I'm not looking back. Android as a platform has so many more possibilities. There are 1000's of apps, most of which I won't use of course but plenty to keep me busy and more importantly, to keep me from getting to bored. You can constantly change the look of your phone and provide it with new and different capabilities. Things can only get better as hardware improves. I suppose the Blackberry will be the king of business use for the forseeable future for a number of reasons, but I clearly see Android taking over the cell phone world - the only real threat to iPhone and now that AT&T has figured out (at least in NY any way), that they can not support the hords of iPhone users out there, this could really be a boon for Android. It goes across all carriers and has enough devices (growing every day) to make everyone happy. What's not to like here? :D
     

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