Well the one thing I was concerned with is it seems like Palm has waaaaay more apps available to them.
You're not wrong. Palm and Windows Mobile both mop the floor with Blackberry as far as third party apps are concerned. Blackberries are email devices first and foremost--any other functions they may do are strictly secondary. Palm and Windows based devices are more well rounded.
Anyone else have any insights? I really didn't come up with to many answers. I guess I'm mainly concerned about the needs of internet. Should I just go look over what apps are out to determine if I want to focus on apps or wi-fi?
If you want a phone where you can get many apps for, you mite want to check the nokia N95-8GB it works with Symbian S60 v3 software. There are a lot of apps on the web for symbian s6 v3 phones and most of them are freeware, You can find S60 software at these and many more sites, http://symtopia.com/ http://www.symbianware.com/ http://www.freesymbiansoft.com/ http://www.symbian-freeware.com/ http://www.s60.com/life/application/...pplications.do http://www.10001downloads.com/search...-software.html http://www.fring.com/
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I use my n95 with tomtom GPS, gps tracer (so i can trace and log every step I have made) I also use Fring that connects msn yahoo icq and skype in one app. I can also use the camera as a Bluetooth webcam, or as a Bluetooth optical mouse, you can also install an Ogg/flac player instead of mp3. the N95 comes standard with a photo viewer for jpg mpg etc. realplayer for al your media mp3, 3gp and mp4. and with opera mini for browsing or Nokia mini map. quikoffice lets you view pdf, word, exel and powerpoint files. The hardware on the N95-8BG is great to, Bluetooth with A2DP. Integrated wireless LAN, Built in GPS with A-GPS support, 5megapixel camera (2592 x 1944 pixels), MPEG-4 Video up to VGA (640x480 pixels) at 30 fps, and a feature that now other phone (in the us.) has, a 3.5 mm stereo headphone plug (Nokia AV Connector) and TV (PAL/NTSC) out support cable that can make your phone a mp4 video player or show your photo’s on a tv
You can find the specs. of the N95-8GB at. http://www.nokiausa.com/A4513448
The N95-8GB is almost similar to my slightly older N95 but the battery (bl-5f 950mAh) in the older version is not very powerful. the 8GB version has the (bl-6f 1200mAh) battery that lasts a lot longer.
If you dicide to buy a N95 ore any nokia. Update the software before you start using it. the first versions of nokia software are mostly full of bugs and updating resets the phone completely and instantly uninstalls most the software you put on yourself. Updating it will save you a lot of