[Chugalug] Android musings
ebwolf at gmail.com
Sat Feb 9 03:33:59 UTC 2013
I got my Nexus 4 last week. It's pretty sweet. I was upgrading from a
Samsung Transform Ultra which is pretty crappy as far as Android goes. I'm
using the new T-Mobile $30/mo 100 mins talk/ unlimited text/ 5GB @ 4G,
unlimited 3G plan.
The Nexus 4 is surprisingly light. It's also very responsive... But that's
what one would expect with a quad-core 1.5Ghz CPU and 2GB RAM.
Eric B. Wolf 720-334-7734
On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 8:12 PM, Rod-Lists <rod-lists at epbfi.com> wrote:
> The same day I saw you, the little birdie upstairs told me just get a
> Nexus(from Google).
> I have no clue if that would make a difference.
> But I wish I could swing that when my month is out.
> ----- Phil Sieg <phil.sieg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > So.
> > I have been a full time Android user for one week now. My device is a
> Galaxy Note 2 (ATT version, rooted and unlocked of course).
> > I have some observations that of course are from a long time iOS user's
> > 1. Almost all 56 Android mail clients suck. Aqua Mail sucks less than
> the rest, but still sucks.
> > 2. Why so goddamned many menu's and choices buried 5 layers deep?
> > 3. The water droplet sound that happens when I swipe my Phone to unlock
> it is driving me out of my mind. I can't figure out how to shut it up (see
> item 3).
> > 4 There are NO financial/stock market apps for this thing that are worth
> a damn. Also see Item 1.
> > 5. The calendar is a POS. Seems to be the same dilemma as item 1.
> > 6. Why do I need an app drawer? iOS definitely got this part right.
> > 7. eBook readers. Also see item 1. Could care less about the kindle app,
> don't speak to me about it.
> > On a brighter note:
> > 1. Widgets are cool.
> > 2. I LOVE having a 5.5" screen and a stylus.
> > 3. swappable battery.
> > 4. Micro SD goodness and ease of loading content ;-)
> > Hmm it seems most of my "brighter" items are actually hardware related
> and not a plus for Android.
> > I will stick with Android for the foreseeable future, however it is very
> LINUX like in the need for constant tweaking and not always working. I love
> the IDEA of linux and try to implement the use of it in any way that I can,
> however Cupertino has a distinct advantage with their philosophy that "Shit
> should just work".
> > Phil Sieg
> > President
> > SeniorTech LLC / snapfōn®
> > www.snapfon.com
> > phil.sieg at seniortechllc.com
> > Phone: 423.535.9968
> > Fax: 423.265.9820
> > Mobile: 423.331.0725
> > "The computer is the most remarkable tool that we've ever come up with.
> It's the equivalent of a bicycle for our minds."
> > Steve Jobs, 1955-2011
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