+1 to the droid forums

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by sax5th, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. sax5th

    sax5th New Member

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    when i first got the news verizon was dropping an android device i was more than ecstatic. sadly i had to wait for my contract to be up, finally up! i ordered my droid and it will be here Tuesday i cant wait. good bye windows mobile...finally. Okay but why im really here if there are any tips, hints or just what apps to get, i would appreciate it a lot. i wanna get a jump on this beast. so yea im open minded if theres an app that is a must have or just a neat one by all means let me know!!!

    thanks all.
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    Look for the thread "Verizon tech here - ask away!". It's up to 96 pages, but the salient points are summarized on page 1.
     
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    You could also check out the Screenshots of your Droid desktop thread. Indirectly, by seeing what is on various screens, you can get an idea of the popular apps.
     
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    Go to the forums page and scroll down to the bottom. There is a forum labels "Droid Applications" and there is all sorts of good stuff in there for you to read about. As for me, I keep trying all sorts of apps until I find ones that I like (which seems to be most I try :) ) I would suggest getting Astro file manager for start, this will allow you to move things around on your phones SD card. Also play around with the widgets and you home screens till you get use to the phone. The best way to learn your phone is to play around with it. You can learn a lot from hands-on.

    Welcome to the forums
     
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    +1 on this. I check this thread almost daily.