Yep, I missed one.
Doesn't change anything though, does it? Did me missing that single app when I counted them, making it suddenly appear on the app store? Did it cure the app gap? Or is the fact that half of my list is from Google mean that the app gap doesn't matter? Would you like me to add to that list further?
Official Harvest app--no way I am giving my work credentials to some random app developer and the reviews on the ms store show it doesn't work anyway. Going to the site on mobile IE is painful.
Official Dropbox app--the knockoff pales in comparison
Just a few more that I once used regularly. Now that my list is no longer half from Google, is it suddenly more valid? Or is the fact that there a lot of apps missing from the ms store reason enough?
Lol what snark. I'm sure you felt so vindicated
!! You won the internet for the day. Hmm... let's see
Harvest- I have no idea what this app even is. Never heard of it. Do you mean Harvest time tracker? That app has the same review on both stores. Reading the reviews apparently it doesn't work at first, but then works later. No idea, but either way, it's a niche app at best. The Android store has apparently broken login in too.
Dropbox - confirmed as coming, and Rudy Huyn has an amazing client
"oh, but I'm not trusting him with my info"
I guess you have higher standards than Microsoft
Wolfram Alpha - another niche app
But that's irrelevant
"THEY'RE NOT NICHE FOR ME"
Which is why I'm trying to get across that...
For example, it is a fact that there is a considerable app gapp.
No, this isn't a fact. No matter how you try to spin it, this is not a fact. It is an opinion that you have based on your own personal needs. IT IS NOT A FACT. A fact is "a thing that is indisputable in all cases". Does my grandma, who only uses Facebook, have an app gap? Does my mom that just uses Facebook, email, and twitter? Does my 7 year old cousin? No, they don't, so it is a not a fact. You're going around preaching in various threads in a flamebaity way to try to get your point across. Hell, I'm not even sure you actually have a Windows Phone. It reminds me of the people from Crackberry who use to come over to WC to defend Blackberry to the death, except in this case it looks like it came from Android Central.
You think google's web services aren't better?
Prove to me otherwise. Ready and...go.
Like this, you know perfectly well that "better" is an opinion based on individual preferences (or do you ? Most of your responses tend to suggest not.). You're just trying to start an argument.
Come on, you can do it. Provide us something past your typical Nokia fanboy tirade against HTC.
For once (and he better enjoy this), I'll have to side with Micah and say that he is, in fact, not being the typical fanboy in this scenario.
Oh, but don't worry, all you have to do is leave a condescending remark about how I'm defending the platform and how I'm this or that, then you've won the argument. You totally shut down my trolling.