First of all thanks for the reply I guess the liveview will fulfill my needs of having access to social networking apps without taking out my phone all the time. Could you tell me from where can we get reliable straps to hold the device securely in place? Since I haveseen videos and also read some of the reviews posted above which say that the liveview tends to pop out of the wrist band leading to its destruction if it falls on a hard concrete surface.Well, that's probably up to you to consider as it depends on your own preferences. I, for example, don't use any of that social networking services, I use my LiveView mainly as remote controller for music player and to check new messages or missed calls, but i wouldn't buy that watch because it looks like accessory for women and it's probably not capable of making a phone call or opening an application. I still see potental in LiveView as it supports plugins. Maybe I'm wrong and there is no such a potential in it, but even if all development for LiveView would's stop right now, I'd be still happy with it as it does exactly what I need: lets me control my music player, read SMS and shows me who's calling. Those are mine preferences and LiveView fulfills them all. You need to think about your's and then decide what to buy.
I don't know if this comment will be of any help, but it's really hard to answer you question to which only you know the answer
Well if the liveview doesn't pop out of the strap then its well and good. How is the experience of navigating on the device? Are the touch sensor keys responsive?I'm afraid I can't help you with that. I'm obviously one of the very few people who has no problems with that straps at all. I'm using ony the wrist strap and I have never encountered any unwanted pop out. I usually wear it all day long and I'm not afraid of loosing it or getting it destroyed by falling on the ground, because it fits the strap very well and feels pretty secure in it. I'm only cautious when taking it off my wrist since it poped out once during the process. But it was probably caused by me, as I figured out later. The reason is, that it is possible to remove it from the clip by pressing the back side of the device, so I think that I have accidentally done that while taking it off. In fact, I was a little worried about this whole popping out thing as well, so I thought about glueing it to the clip or something. Problem is that it's not possible, because you wouldn't have access to it's microUSB port then. So I'm glad it wasn't neccessary to do such a thing.