WOW I have upgraded from Gingerbread and ate an ICE Cream Sandwich not much different food is food long as it feels my belly..... Then people start crying about how it was not that much different! Then you have the people saying it is because it's a different type of food that makes it different... Well I am here to say Fanboys to their own it won't matter if apple makes a phone that could move a mountain but then critics will say I would get the free model on an upgrade because there is no difference between the two !!! GIve me a break throwing the 4g LTE Chip inside made it way different... Enough people are buying their products because it lasts longer than other phones (not saying the iphones wont break or that they don't have problems..... (continues)
Like Copy + Paste, Widgets feel like something Android still doesn't do right.
First, the lag- There's often a noticeable 1-2 second (sometimes turning into a 5 second on start-up) pause before a widget refreshes if it isn't on your primary home screen, which on iOS is enough time to launch the app, see the info, and quit the application to go back to what you were doing.
Usually upon reboot, I have to swipe across all of my home screens to get each widget to 'load.'
Then, the drain- On several occasions I've had widgets turn into complete battery drains, constantly calling on things like location services. Because Android's power meter isn't exactly transparent, you usually have to re-boot the phone or re-install each widget... (continues)
I'm sorry to see your android experience wasn't like mine! I've had a couple android devices, but right now I'm using a G1. I've had superd and cyanogen on it, and right now I'm using cyanogen 5, just for reference. Personally, my battery drains away ... (continues)
I just learned why my phone was not keeping my homescreen in memory. I checked spare parts and found a nifty little option that forces the phone to keep the homescreen in memory. Cool! So I don't have that issue any more.
Unfortunately, Apple is starting to suffer due to its longstanding policy of holding back certain features so that they can give customers a reason to upgrade when they add them to the next version. They need to stop holding back and start putting ... (continues)
All you need to do to shoot the panorama photo from right to left is hit the arrow on the screen, that will flip it. i thought that was retarted at first, but figgured out how to get it to go the other way 🙂