Sprint's Latest 'ID' Has Green All Over It
In conjunction with the announcement of the Samsung Replenish, Sprint also announced a new Sprint ID Pack that will be made available to all Sprint ID-capable phones. The ID Pack delivers content and advice from TreeHugger.com, Earth911.com, Green America, and the National Audubon Society, among others. The Green ID Pack has four main screens, each with a different theme. The Green Now screen displays the latest news on sustainability. The Live Green screen offers tips on greener living. The Shop Green screen provides information on where to buy eco-friendly products. The Take Action screen provides information on where users can volunteer their time. The Green ID pack is available for download starting today.
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I love android because of it's ability to be very customisable, SPRINT ID's take away from that and give you a bundle of what Sprint thinks you would like... err I mean, what Sprint got paid to load in a bundle.
I also hate how on certain phones (Optimus, Transform) they are required... before you do anything else, you have to download a Sprint ID.