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    PocketInformant -- in a HUGE way.
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    Beejive, I would be quite content if I had beejive on my droid. Also 2nding whoever said a decent facebook app, I would think that the android os is capable of running an app similar to the iphone facebook app.
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    Default Poynt!

    Am I the only person that is ready to see Poynt on the droid platform? I am coming off of a blackberry storm and about the ONLY thing that I miss from that phone is the app, poynt. Sure where is alright but poynt was always amazing and had all the CORRECT information. Hope I dont have to wait long.
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    Encryption encryption encryption. Tho' I haven't checked in a couple weeks. I'm puzzled that few seem to care about this.
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    My top two apps I want on Android are...

    1) Any of the iPhone twitter apps (almost all of them are better than any Android twitter app)

    2) Tap Tap Revenge 3
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    I believe we're finally near a proper encryption program. DroidVault is being developed, allowing you to encrypt anything on the card that you want: pix, files, folders. You can have automatic folders so that anything added is auto-encrypted. Haven't downloaded or installed it (yet). Word is the developer is responsive to input...so it's here. Now, the Droid is a biz machine.
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    1.) BeejiveIM
    2.) UberTwitter or SocialScope
    3.) A decent Facebook app. How about the same one iPhone users get...?
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    Honestly, how different is the facebook app from the iphone version, besides the push which they only recently just acquired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cory Streater View Post
    Let's try to keep this thread specific to applications that currently exist but are not supported on Android or do not have Android versions; not a wish list of features. There are other threads for that.
    I tried to find a "wish list for apps" or "new app ideas" (for apps that don't currently exist; not for adding features to apps that already exist) thread but I couldn't. Is there one already?

    In this thread, I'd like:
    Slingbox
    The Simpsons game (that's on the iPad)

    My fiancee would like:
    Cooking Dash
    Plants vs. Zombies
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    Quote Originally Posted by lcargile View Post
    Am I the only person that is ready to see Poynt on the droid platform? I am coming off of a blackberry storm and about the ONLY thing that I miss from that phone is the app, poynt. Sure where is alright but poynt was always amazing and had all the CORRECT information. Hope I dont have to wait long.
    I miss poynt. I did find something in the newest verizon sales guide that is close.

    Aloqa You can pick and choose what you are looking for, and it is all local. I dont know how up to date it is , but looks promising.
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    Poynt
    Viigo
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    Plants vs zombies is a blast on the pc

    I miss pocket quicken from the old palm. I always have a coat pocket and wallet of receipts and it would be nice to process them while waiting for kids or wife to come and go from stores!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared DiPane View Post
    Honestly, how different is the facebook app from the iphone version, besides the push which they only recently just acquired.
    i take it you've never used the iphone/ipod touch version of the app.

    they have huge differences in features, our app is total crap. i mean, from a feature standpoint, the blackberry and windows mobile app are better than ours.

    WINDOWS MOBILE.

    i don't even use the facebook app anymore, just a bookmark to the touch.facebook site gets me more usability and takes no space on my phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arw01 View Post
    I miss pocket quicken from the old palm. I always have a coat pocket and wallet of receipts and it would be nice to process them while waiting for kids or wife to come and go from stores!
    Have you tried Mint? it is owned by intuit now and is probably the future of quicken.
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    MyCast Weather. I can't find a good weather app for the Droid that has moving maps.
    Something on the order of BB Alerts to notify me of emails, missed calls, sms, calendar events, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lcargile View Post
    Am I the only person that is ready to see Poynt on the droid platform? I am coming off of a blackberry storm and about the ONLY thing that I miss from that phone is the app, poynt. Sure where is alright but poynt was always amazing and had all the CORRECT information. Hope I dont have to wait long.
    Poynt is the only program that I miss from my BlackBerry. They say they are working on it, but no idea when we will see it. I'm using Where now, not as good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by savedbythegraceofchrist View Post
    Poynt is the only program that I miss from my BlackBerry. They say they are working on it, but no idea when we will see it. I'm using Where now, not as good.
    While not the only one I miss, one of the better ones. I want Poynt, UberTwitter, and PodTrapper for Android.

    With that in mind I have found very nice replacement for uberTwitter and PodTrapper.....Touiteur and DoggCatcher and bought both for less than I paid for PodTrapper on Blackberry...

    Come on Poynt!
    The Storm has cleared to an Incredible day! I ate an IceCream Sandwhich. Still needed JellyBeans. ;-)
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    Must agree...

    I too made my way here from the BB Storm....

    I will miss;
    Poynt
    Ubertwitter
    Scoremobile
    Berry Weather

    Lego
    HTC ONE (M8)!

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    BB 6510>7510>8830>8330 Curve>9530 Storm> HTC Droid Incredible > HTC REZOUND!> HTC One (M8)
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    Hmm... some of those apps from a couple months ago are now on Android. Ones I like that still remain:

    Twitter for iPhone formerly Tweetie 2. All I need them to do is add the same features and the Twitter for Android app will be my one and only client.

    BeeJiveIM. Was awesome on the BlackBerry and even better on the iPhone. I actually don't IM, but it would be nice to have if I ever start up again.

    Chase Bank app. I bank a lot and always need to transfer funds on the fly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1776-1865_RIP View Post
    Poynt
    Viigo
    Diito, only thing is RIM bought Viigo, so I doubt it'll be available on any other platforms. RIM will find a way to ruin it anyway

    I do wish they would develop a PC/Mac desktop manager for Android.
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    Good list, but I have to say coming from BB, while some of the games were great, and the graphics much better on the good ones, Android is catching up fast.
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    I'm waiting for Barnes and Noble eReader, and a SiriusXM app
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland Stone View Post
    3. KINOMA (Again with the Palm Treo comparisons, but lets face it, Android OS is way behind the times when it comes to streaming media.)
    Not anymore. You can sign up for the Kinoma Play for Android beta now:

    -- Charles Wiltgen
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJF View Post
    Diito, only thing is RIM bought Viigo, so I doubt it'll be available on any other platforms. RIM will find a way to ruin it anyway

    I do wish they would develop a PC/Mac desktop manager for Android.
    i agree a desktop manager all in one client would be nice but there really is no need since all your data contacts/email/calendar can be synced to your google account. and now with the online marketplace being able to send apps striaght to the phone for download is really easy.

    Also try out appbrain for managing free apps and backing up apps. plus with chrome 2 phone

    google has done a great job eliminating a need for a desktop client by using the cloud method it would still be nice to have a hard backup sometimes outside of just copying off the card.

    plus i would love to see google setup a media service not just streaming but digital distribution like itunes for tv shows/movies/music i know there are streaming services and third party but there is something nice about using one account to manage everything like itunes does i hope google adapts something similar to make things easier.
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    SOTI is releasing Pocket Controller for Samsung Android tomorrow.

    It lets you remote control into your Samsung phone/tablet, but also lets you copy data from your device, take screen shots, record video, run scripts, synchronize photographs/files and a lot more.

    So in the end it is some sort of device manager.
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