Review: Motorola Citrus
Of all the custom Motorola features missing from this phone, the greatest loss is the lack of social networking. The phone comes with Facebook preloaded, and you can easily synchronize your Facebook contacts with your address book. But there is no Twitter client on board out of the box; you have to download the app yourself from the Android Market. Unlike other Motorola phones that support a wide variety of online services and sites to sync, the Citrus only offers Facebook for social networking, and a few email options like Yahoo and Hotmail.
Again, the phone lacks Motorola's extensive collection of social widgets. You can use the official widgets from the Facebook and Twitter apps on your homescreen but Motorola's custom widgets are completely absent.
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