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November 07, 2009

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Chuck Newton

Thanks Rick. I have been trying to look into this phone. I need to change my cell phone provider early December. I absolutely hate the Droid's website. All flash and no real info.

Chris-R

"Trust me, there are, and are going to be, more open source Android apps than you will ever be able to read about."

"Trust Me" sounds like the Microsoft guy in the Apple commercial. Right now the iPhone has over 100,000 apps with no waiting. As for the iPhone keyboard, I can't say enough good about it. It automatically fixes my spelling as I type and knows what words I'm using before I finish typing the word.

CJ

I was surprised to hear you use Outlook. Really? I wasn't sure it they even made that anymore. ;-) Hard to claim to be a high-tech guy if you are using 90s tech don't you think?

Anyway, I actually like the Droid phone a bit but it still has a way to go. It crashes a good bit and the keyboard really stinks.

Rick Georges

Actually, CJ, if you read the posts, you would see that I am using Google Calendar and Tasks. Anyway, Outlook 2010 won't be nineties technology. My Droid never crashes. Sounds like operator error to me. :-)

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