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Old 09-02-2011, 10:21 AM   #12
ilovejedd
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I'm tempted to pull the trigger on WP7. I was waiting for Mango to be released and looks like it's already available for the device I was considering. Gonna have to delay the purchase by a month, though. Tech fund for the past two months got eaten up by first, a couple of backup carphones (LG Thrive) and then two weeks ago an HP TouchPad.

I already checked, there's a couple of ebook apps for WP7 as well as Kindle, Kobo and OverDrive. Among the ebook apps, Freda appears to be very promising. All I really need on my phone is browser, email, ebook reader and remote desktop/VNC client. It already has SkyDrive built-in so there's no need for Dropbox. Apparently, there's also a Netflix app although I'm not really inclined to use it on a phone's small screen. All in all, WP7's appears to at least have a better app experience compared to webOS.

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