There is a very good ESPN SCORECENTER APP that now allows for really good customization to push scores, scoring played, end of quarters, halts, and Finals of your games. I've tested it for a few weeks and its now better than the one bundled for only Nokia.
After spending some time with my new Lumia 920, here are the apps that I am missing at this point:
- good podcast app (something like Instacast or Downcast) - with automatic synchronization of new episodes, downloading episodes for offline, with catalog of podcasts, ability to remember where I left off. None of the app in market has all these features :(
- movie player that will open more file types than the built-in one
If the above were fixed, I would not need anything more
coming from Android 2.3 and an iPhone 4S for a short period of time. I've never been much of an app person, but here's what I'd still like:
An advanced camera app similar to 645PRO on the iPhone. Support for camera raw/uncompressed TIFF, manual shutter (including long exposures), aperture, spot exposure, etc.
Google+ (yes, I'm one of the 11 active users. No, I don't work for Google and I'm not a spambot ;) )
Xfinity with offline viewing
(bonus) Google's maps, up-to-date points of interest and turn-by-turn navigation (yeah, right). Tried using Nokia Drive all day yesterday around the San Francisco Bay Area, and it's pretty bad right now. Yes, I know it's beta and it's going to get a lot better and wah-wah-wah, but knowing all that really doesn't help when it's adding stress to a drive. "Keep left, keep left, take the exit, keep left, keep right, finding new route" to go 50 yards down the same stretch of road to a Starbucks that hasn't been at that location since 2007.
You use Sketchbook Pro on a phone? Do you use a stylus, or draw w/ your finger? I tried it on my Droid 2 and iPhone and found it way too difficult to manage. It's fine on a tablet, but I just couldn't get the accuracy I wanted on the smaller screen.
1. A NFC tag writer that allows me to switch sound profiles, toggle wifi, bluetooth, etc.
2. A (good) Steam App
3. A Symbaloo app
4. Imiwa? (a very good Japanese english dictionary)
5. possibly stumbleupon, but otherwise I've exhausted everything I want.
1. Spotify - and quick!
2. Bank apps, I really found it useful to log in to my bank account to check the balance. IOS and Adroid pretty much have an app for every bank (at least in the UK).
3. Pocket (read later)
5. Maybe some exclusives that put iOS and Android users envious for once!
1) RunKeeper ( I know they just dropped support earlier this year, but I love this app and I haven't been able to find a good replacement that hook into their services I've been using for years.)
3) US Bank
4) Better Official Twitter App
5) Square (Really love Square)