First - "Hi", from a new Android user. Now - Two straight questions. 1. Is anyone out there using the Navionics app (marine navigation) on their SII? 2. When you buy an app from Android Market via a PC, is it possible to lie about what make / model of phone it's going to be downloaded to. In more detail - I'm due for a phone upgrade under the terms of my pay-monthly contract and decided to take the plunge into Android. A major influence on the decision was the ability to run the Navionics app. I took an Orange Monte Carlo phone but found that I could not find the app in Android market from my phone. I went to Android market from my PC, found the app, entered my Gmail credentials etc. but had the message, "This item is not compatible with your device". Sure enough, that phone is not on Navionics' list of, "Certified compatible", phones. Navionics themselves say it should work on any Android phone running 1.6 or above. I'd gladly have taken the risk if only Android Market had allowed me to buy the app. I've returned the phone under the terms of my contract (it had also developed an intermittent fault) and have done more research. I'm drawn towards the Samsung Galaxy SII. BUT - Navionics' list of certified compatible phones seems only to include older versions of currently available phones - In this case the Galaxy S. (It's the same sort of problem with other brands and models.) I'm confident the phone would run the app if only I could be sure of bieng able to download it. So, that's the background. Any constructive responses gatefully received. Thanks in advance.