Quoting Wizard1956, reply 9
Quoting Island Dog, reply 6 My favorite is the App Folder app which lets you put groups of apps in a single folder, much like how you do on iOS.
Android already does this, without an app for it. Just sayin'........
Yeah, I don't care anything about Android, or Google for that matter.
Yeah, same here! I had an Android phone and didn't like it much at all. I keep hearing people saying that Android has this and that app/feature that Windows phones don't have, but my 820 does all I need it to and all the apps I want or need are available in the Windows store. For mine, the W8 phone has a much nicer interface and is more user friendly than Android, and I'd never consider an Apple phone. While there are some advantages to having an Apple phone with my home network [dedicated networkapps and abitities not yet available on Windows phones] they're just not enough of a magnet to draw me in.
I just checked regarding the 'Black' update and it is not yet avaiable here on my network. It's available to some of the other models and networks but it hasn't been approved for the 820 on Vodaphone as yet.
It's fine. My daughter bought a 520 to replace the iPhone she broke. It's a great device for the low price.
I'm looking into getting a Lumia 520 to synch up with my home phone and internet connection, which are through Telstra. I can get one on a plan for an extra $12.00 a month over 12 months or a PAYG one for $139 outright. While the plan costs a tad more, there are advantages going that way... eg, lower call costs; more included features/options and never having unused credit expire.