Discussion in 'Mobile Devices' started by SOS, Sep 5, 2012.
I have a Nokia, but there is no SiriusXM app available for Windows Phone. Does anyone know a non Flash way to listen to SirusXM or O&A?
That's probably a great phone, but it will be a massive failure. Android and iOS are the only serious options at this point.
Meh, fuck Windows phones and their shitty UI
Thanks for that terrific, thoughtful, extremely helpful post. I actually really like the Windows phone a lot better than the hipster Apple 5 and the extremely insecure android. They just need more apps.
Pretty uptight for a parrot head.
Hey, I have an Android phone... why do you think it's insecure? Lots of people have them now... don't you think they're as legitimate as Apple or Windows? Should I have picked a different phone? Does using an Android make me look foolish an inexperienced with technology? How about fat... does it make me look fat?
You're quite welcome and your post was about as helpful as mine.
Though in your case, you resorted to subjective name calling as opposed to my legitimately basing one of the ugliest user interfaces ever created.
In my opinion, and that of a great number of graphic designers I know.
Also, I'm guessing your not used to random opinions being thrown out around here yet.
So, welcome to Wackbag and go fuck your mother
I'm detecting a theme here..
Used to be back when it was just XM and the stream came with your subscription for free....
I have a Lumia 900. It's buggy and has a ton of problems. So it works out well as a Windows Phone.
Yea, the app store sucks. The hardware is hit or miss.
Yep insecure Android phones. Biggest supply of applications, open UI and easy uploading of files without needing some ridiculous dedicated software program. How can they bear to continue in the current marketplace.
and from a former iphoner
I was burned once by a Windows mobile OS that ended up being a dead end, not going to do that again. Android certainly will be supported in a couple years. Can't say that about Windows Phone.