I love my Samsung Focus, I really do. The Windows Phone 7 experience is amazing and I no longer get the “I feel sorry” look from iPhone users. Sure they still speak in terms of superiority, but the “cool gap” is closing.
Part of what makes up the “cool gap” is apps. In 6 weeks of existence, I don’t expect Windows Phone Marketplace to have caught up to iPhone and Android app stores in quantity, but I expect some quality competition. I have been active in app collection and have found quite a few; that list is forthcoming. This post is a Wish List of apps that I’d love to see. Maybe the developers will give us all a happy holiday treat in the near future.
Here is my Top 10…scratch that…Top 9 list of wanted apps
I’m a busy guy and I’ve got to have an assistant, but I can’t afford payroll or benefits for a real human being. I have to use a smartphone to get the job done. My trusty HTC/AT&T Tilt did a great job these past couple of years, but it was time to retire ole’ Tilty. HTC had delivered the Touch Pro 2 to the American market and AT&T renamed their version the Tilt 2.
I mean look at this beautiful device. I don’t want to be shallow or anything, but my assistant has to look good. I have a reputation to uphold.
Let’s jump right in and get to the different areas of the Tilt 2:
This baby’s got curves! Umm hmmm…check out that body. Here’s what I think you should notice.
Read the entire review at: http://lunch.com/t/nle