- Oct 8, 2005
- Melbourne, VICTORIA - AUSTRALIA
Too many shit apps, just like there were too many shit games on Atari 2600, etc.I don't know, maybe the fan following might diminish... I remember when I used to get excited about new windows releases... not fake excited, but saving my money waiting in line before the store opened for windows 98 and agian with xp ... waiting at our local computer shop money in hand. (Just to find out I needed to upgrade my memory) that I needed to go home and beg for money^ The Android bubble will probably burst soon though.
But after a while it just became more of the same... but it still is useful and in my mind never superceded by anything other than a newer windows (queue Linux fan boys) but it became a standard and a tool rather than a new shiney thing to play with.
Me and all my android fanism is starting to fade... i dont feel the need to have the latest and greatest phone or version of android like i used to... I however don't expect to ever convert from android as a main mobile os... its just a tool though... it is the windows of mobile handhelds... you can disagree.. but look around... its everywhere its useful and it allows users to use their device as they see fit.
As I stuck it out with windows xp for over a decade, im not 100% sold on ics and I still run gingerbread on a couple of devices I own by choice
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And, ICS isn't ground-breaking at all. In fact, Ginger-B and Honey-C have better compatibility and are more stable, imo.
Bring on Jell-O!!!
Please see above.And what exactly is this reasoning based on?
Something new and innovative will take over.
Brain apps: Applications that are embedded into your brain, so your brain is the OS.
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