over in the "Hulu Expands Android Handset Compatibility" discussion:
The HTC Thunderbolt is finally mention in a new update for a application. I would rather Netflix but now their are going up on prices with the dvd's so i guess i will cancel and go with Hulu. I can watch from either my PS3 or phone now. 😁 😁 😁
The EVO 4G got the Gingerbread update today. Anyone else experiencing the voicemail notification icon that appeared after the update was installed, and now won't go away? I've tried rebooting, turning phone off, removing battery, task killing, and yes....called my voicemail several times to make sure I really didn't have a new voicemail. There doesn't seem to be a way to clear the notification. WTF?! 🤨
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:
Yet ANOTHER reason to go with Sprint!
Any clue what this FREE application would do to your bill if you had data capped or tiered at 2GB or how your user experience would be compromised if you were throttled after exceeding what you carrier called heavy usage? It's NOT "pretty".
Between steaming Pandora on my car stereo or streaming Netflix to my tv via my EVO by way of HDMI video out my monthly data usage is sick! But this allows my EVO to live up to being the swiss army knife of moviles devices and that's not even addressing everything else that it can do for me when I don't have to watch my data use or worry about high bills or throttling my data speeds.
This is by far one of the more impressive apps since Slingbox and Pandora. Great 1st release!
I've finally decided to take a step into the Smart-phone world (ok I should say another step, I've been using the palm centro on the att network for the last 2.5 years 🤭 ) I've been debating Getting an Android phone versus an iPhone (I actually liked the iPhone4 when it came out) but due to customized feel of the Android platform and advice from friends, I know I want an Android phone but am stuck as to which of the 2 top of the line phones. Here's why:
1)Cost is really no issue as my employer will be paying for it, and has told me to get the phone that I think is best.
2) both Verizon and Sprint's network coverage is the same in my area.
I'm placing this post in both forums and will take all info to heart.