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[Q] Replace Android with W8.1

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7th September 2014, 03:58 PM   |  #11  
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Definitely would love to give it a shot

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I used to have a 928 and I loved it... I used to switch between my HD maxx and that all the time it would be cool to swap back and forth on the same phone
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sco77

Just wondering why on earth anyone would want a windows phone?

Windows phones and Blackberries (older ones, don't know about newer ones nor do I know about iPhones) have working, functional, usable email clients which, so far, has totally eluded Android. Email is important to me, not enough to give up my Android phone but maybe to some it is?

There may be other reasons but for some people having a working email app is huge!

Android email apps fall into two classifications:
1. Totally Sucks and
2. Worse than Totally Sucks.

NOTE: All the above applies to POP3, IMAP works OK on any phone but that's due to the nature of IMAP, not to the email client.
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