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  1. jackburnt

    jackburnt Android Enthusiast
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    ROM Manager

    Seems like a great deal since I'm flashing some new ROMs today. Makes it easy to tinker with multiple different ones.

    What was your first app?
     

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    Mine was Rom Manager as well lol
     
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    As was mine, lol. It has prompted me to buy setcpu and root manager as well. God, rooting has allowed me to fall back in love with the droid.
     
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    Is this a joke? Look at your avatar...LOL
    I don't remember my first app. I refused to buy for a while, then I realized some of them are really worth it.
    Settings Profile has to be my best to date.
     
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    I don't have to look at my avatar as I know what it is :p

    And I used Alex way before ROM Manager existed. But it is coincidental my first purchase be ROM Manager knowing my affinity to A Clockwork Orange.
     
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    I can't remember my first paid app, but I know Rom manager will be one soon.. (freaking having to order a new debit card because you lose your is not fun!!)
     
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    Bought my second app today: Titanium Backup. Got tired of "manually" installing each app.

    Although I think "donate" is a misnomer.
     
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    My first app was LED Flashlight for the droid haha
     
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    You paid for a flashlight app? How much have you spent so far :p
     
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    Yea it was the first app that turned on the droid led so I wanted to support the developer
     
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    Homerun Battle 3D the best $4.99 I ever spent. I rule that game.
     
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    I'm tempted to buy Homerun Battle 3D. Is the pitching fun? Can you pitch?
     
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    No you don't pitch. It's just like the free version except you can play matchup (head-to-head) with another player.

    You also have missions (for example 500 HR and you earn gold balls). With those gold balls you can buy a better bat a better helmet and so on.

    Just be careful it's addicting and it's hard to put down.
     
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    Is head to head fun?

    Here's my reasoning: You wait 10 outs then go, boring. You swap outs, more fun.
     
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    No you go at the same time and you can follow what the other person is doing via PIP. It's very fun.
     
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    They also have different levels (channels) for different skill levels.

    You do know you can try it for 24 hours if you don't like it uninstall and they refund our money.

    But you won't need that. trust me.
     
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    Ooo, that's even better!

    I may break down and get it.
     
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    Same here! I remember following that thread and decided I had to support the dev when he released the first LED flashlight app.
     

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