Motoblur?

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by andymellon4, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. andymellon4
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    I hear this phrase thrown around a lot....what is it


    I have a Moto Droid am i a BLUR ER
  2. gotta have that funk
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    Hey thanks for the advice champ


    Why do people hate it it sounds like a good concept
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    It's like how HTC has Sense UI, Motorola has MotoBlur. The droid is Vanilla(plain android), believe me it's better that the Droid doesn't have it.
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    Is it that flawed?
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    flawed probably isnt the right word, its just locked down compared to the droid. im sure it's awesome for 12 year olds tho..
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    MotoBlur is geared towards social networking. People with multiple accounts who want to keep up with them all at once (e.g. facebook, twitter, myspace, etc.). MotoBlur just makes it easier. It's only on some of the motorola android phones. Mainly, the ones that are not as powerful as Droid (Devour, Cliq/Dext, Cliq XT, Backflip, etc.). Also, those phones are usually running Android 1.5/1.6 out of the box.
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