AT&T Finally Allows Off-Market Apps on Android Phones
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May 17, 2011, 9:57 PM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T has confirmed that, starting with the Samsung Infuse 4G, its Android devices will be able to load off-market applications. Historically, AT&T has blocked this feature, citing security concerns. AT&T indicated earlier this year that it would be making a change to that policy, and now it has done so. AT&T said that future devices will be able to access other app stores, such as the Amazon App Store, but it didn't specify if or how older devices would be able to access off-market apps.
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To all those AT&T Fanboys . . . .
to all those folks who berated Verizon in the past for 'crippling' their phones in the past . . looks like Big Blue is has done it to your android phones since day one until now.
Verizon has never 'crippled' its android phones from getting non-Market apps.
Food for thought?
People choose their carrier based on a number of factors, the most important being the state of coverage in their area. Other factors include the phones available, the price of the rate plans, the network all their friends and fami...
Who gives a dammm...
I guess there will never be an app for that...