One thing I really enjoyed about my iPhone was the ease of application management. It was very easy to delete stuff you didn't want, and even easier to update ALL of your applications at once if you wanted to. To uninstall requires two clicks of your finger. To update EVERY app that needed an update was also two clicks of your finger (maybe 3). Unfortunately, my Droid (which I like better, don't bite my head off isn't so easy - as some of you may know. Uninstalling an application requires navigation of a few menus, and updating all of your applications that have updates available is quite cumbersome. I was very app crazy on the iPhone - I would try anything new, search for weird stuff, and get my hands on as many things as I could. I think that because of the lack of ease when dealing with apps on the Droid, it has stifled my "app trying" adventures a bit. I don't want it to. Am I missing something here? Is there an app for that? I have tried aTrackDog, but I so far have been unimpressed. How do you manage these things? There has to be a better way.