Facebook Users Can Now Unfriend and Unlike from Windows Phone
But who is in charge of Facebook on Windows phones, Microsoft or Facebook?
The only downside is that its app store isn't as big as Android or iOS, so you have people saying "Oh, it doesn't have Instagram or SnapChat?" and then they don't consider it again.
The funny thing is that most of the major apps that people use are in the Store, and if the app is not there (like Instagram), then there are pretty good alternatives (like Instance and Hipstamatic's Oggl).
Windows 7 and 8, including windows phone 8 are SOLID.
They are very stable, very capable operating systems, and the best that Microsoft has ever made. There is nothing at all wrong with Windows, it doesn't matter what they made in the past.
No auto-correct on the keyboard, and the keyboard was too small for my fingers so it made texting a chore. No way to transfer contacts besides the manual way. Apps will often just refuse to launch with an error. It was fine for calling, and even has a mobile hotspot feature (which surprised me).
I thought that they were going to put something better than a HVGA display on it, the interface is fairly fast but crashy and I would blame the little amount of RAM (256MB).
For $80 I can get an entry level Android phone from Alcatel or Huawei with better specs (WVGA display and 512MB RAM) if I get it "locked" with a prepaid carrier.
Gmail for android works fine and the native email client is decent. (at least to me it looked like a native app, I can't tell for sure since the phone I was handling wasn't mine)
Graphics... For some reason they look as if they were form the 2007 era. I don't know if it is the display or the...
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