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So, I just saw that I have 139 apps on my phone

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  1. digitalzombie

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    Is that a lot?


    Also, related question: when we get Froyo, can we move/install/run apps from the SD card?
     

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    Good lord man... 139?!

    We gotta get you into a AA meeting! (Apper's Anonymous) ;)
     
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    I have 127. I just took off about 10 that I didn't use to speed up my phone a bit. The remaining 127 seem very useful.
    So, NO, 139 is not alot. As long as you see them as useful.
     
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    wow! how u guys get the chance to actually use all those apps? i have about 20 and 10 of them i barely use
     
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    Technically Froyo supports SD card storage from an apps standpoint, but apparently the developers of said apps have to "turn it on" for flag it so it works that way.
     
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    So is it more or less an issue of the developers having to update their apps to be able to run from an SD card? I see app updates on the market every once in that say "support for Froyo SD card". Is that what that is?
     
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    Also (sorry for all the posts) if all my apps are being stored on my phone's ...erm... "hard drive?", how can I see how much space is left?

    edit: never mind. Found it in the general settings menu. 65.64MB available. Is that NOT a lot?
     
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    I have 123 MB available. That's just a reference for you to judge for yourself. I would watch that number every week to make sure it's not dramatically decreasing. If you get below ~20 MB, you might think about getting rid of some stuff.
     
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    Yes.
     
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    is apps2sd going to be the same thing that they plan to come out with on froyo? obviously not the EXACT same thing.
     
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