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  1. carlos12001's Avatar
    I got news for you...not everything is social these days.For every one on it the vast majority are not. Now,I know that is what they want,for everyone to connect with them,but I can honestly say more connect via regular texting and...gosh..telephone calls along with Skype and facetime.

    Not everyone is into putting their info on one if the social media chat rooms,and no,a public forum is not considered the same as twitter or facebook.

    Mac


    Thank you, if there was one thing I could get rid of on all smartphones, it would be the "login" or "sign in" garbage on the majority of apps/games. I don't feel the need to share my Tetris scores with the internet world. I guess some do...

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    05-08-2014 08:03 AM
  2. carlos12001's Avatar
    Having 'enough' games means nothing. Everything is social these days. I don't really care if WP has Spartan Assault - it doesn't have Quizup and I play that with friends a lot. Just not having Candy Crush is enough to make a very large number of people not even consider WP.

    Uber is a very popular car service: uber.com

    Similarly, web apps are not always as functional as the native apps. E.g. my bank's mobile site doesn't let you do much more than view account information, transactions and report stolen cards. The native app allows me to make money transfers, which is what I mainly need.
    So having enough high quality games, with more coming every day means nothing on WP, but means the world on android...yeah. Like I asked the other android loyalist who hangs around WPC, why aren't you over at android central giving high fives?
    05-08-2014 08:25 AM
  3. A895's Avatar
    Tap the tiles,Starbucks are available on the store.

    Office Mobile is available and will continue to get updated.

    Nest Uber aren't they social media apps?

    There is plenty of parity if you bother to look. Your banking apps is up to that particular institution to build for WP..not Microsoft,and as far as notes...there is over 21 note apps on the market.

    I stand by my previous post...there really isn't a app gap

    Mac
    *sigh*
    05-08-2014 09:36 AM
  4. A895's Avatar
    I got news for you...not everything is social these days.For every one on it the vast majority are not. Now,I know that is what they want,for everyone to connect with them,but I can honestly say more connect via regular texting and...gosh..telephone calls along with Skype and facetime.

    Not everyone is into putting their info on one if the social media chat rooms,and no,a public forum is not considered the same as twitter or facebook.

    Mac





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    This is why WP will continue to fall behind, fans like you think "oh I don't need it so no one does", when in reality day in an day out people chose other platforms because of the "app gap". Your needs are fulfilled there is no arguing that, but for the millions of other potential users they are social and share everything between candy crush, pet rescue saga, don`t tap the white tile to a host of cross platform games that are on iOS and Android there is a lot missing for the average user, don't get caught up in that thought there isn't. Look at Rudy now, his studio might get sued by beats and then what will happen to all of those apps he made then? The "app gap" is only visible if you choose to see it.
    05-08-2014 09:41 AM
  5. A895's Avatar
    So having enough high quality games, with more coming every day means nothing on WP, but means the world on android...yeah. Like I asked the other android loyalist who hangs around WPC, why aren't you over at android central giving high fives?
    Because WPCentral is an open forum and people like me have been here way longer than you have judging everyone else.
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    05-08-2014 09:43 AM
  6. evanwaustin's Avatar
    I don't use a ton of apps, but comparing with other OS platforms I would say without question 6snap is better than both Android and iOS Snapchat. Way more functionality, like being able to use a previously taken picture, not having to f**king hold the screen the entire time, etc.

    The greatest area of deficiency I find is games that you play with others. There is a trivia game my friends play I don't get.

    Uber is another missing app but I just pin the mobile site to my 'Start' screen and it functions just fine. I would imagine Nest is the same way but I'm not fortunate enough to own a Nest so I wouldn't know.

    Evan
    05-08-2014 09:57 AM
  7. thatdennis's Avatar
    Rudy's apps are amazing as he needs to make them amazing in order to survive. He has the incentive to create beautiful apps, and that he did.

    Now to games. Yes WP has a lot of fun exclusive games, and yes you can play between friends and up to 10 people or what. But we look at reality, and look at your surroundings. Can you play these games with others using Android and iOS (the majority)? Can you brag to friends that you beat the high score in your particular exclusive WP game, and compare it then with theirs who don't even have the game? No. I myself play my Xbox game apps on my Surface 2 alone, and when my friends look at it, they're amazed but not swayed enough to switch.

    Let's look at trends such as Candy Crush and Flappy Bird. You can brag to your friends that you reach this level in Candy Crush, and survived this long in Flappy Bird, if you have iOS and Android. In WP? We get Flappy Bird way after the hype is gone. You see that Asphalt game I'm playing right now? Yeah it's limited to only me, as no one uses WP or Windows tablet in my surroundings. So now you say there is no app gap? How so? If you want to play alone, then play Skyrim or Fallout.

    Another prominent is Clash of Clans. I see left and right in class that everyone is playing Clash of Clans, and they seem to enjoy it a lot and talk about it a lot. Me? I'm just sitting here, playing my Xbox Solitaire, or Kingdoms & Lords. The trend now is social media and games, not news, sms, or calling anymore. People use Whatsapp, Instagram, Snapchat, Clash of Clans, Candy Crush. Those are the trends. Trends live and die quickly, and WP could not fill those app gaps as quickly as after the trend dies, then the app comes in, it's not as fun anymore.

    Sure some of you say "Oh but I don't use social media as much and I enjoy playing my own games." Yes that's you, not the public. "Oh but we got a lot of alternatives." Yes, only SOME, not all. The public is greedy, they want all apps, not just some. Teenagers, they have to connect with their friends, they have to be in the trend. Teenagers make the majority of the public who buy and use smartphones, they are the trendsetters. Being a hipster (i.e Using WP), brings both a sense of coolness and mystery, yet gives the feeling of distant and unrelatable. When you show off what your WP can do, people just say "Wow that's cool!" but stop at that, nothing more. They are not swayed enough to switch due to the rumors of having no apps, which is partially true. When you use WP, you can do this and that, but usually can't do what the trend does. The trend wants the hottest apps, who comes in fast into Android and iOS.

    There is an app gap.
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    05-08-2014 12:17 PM
  8. A895's Avatar
    Rudy's apps are amazing as he needs to make them amazing in order to survive. He has the incentive to create beautiful apps, and that he did.

    Now to games. Yes WP has a lot of fun exclusive games, and yes you can play between friends and up to 10 people or what. But we look at reality, and look at your surroundings. Can you play these games with others using Android and iOS (the majority)? Can you brag to friends that you beat the high score in your particular exclusive WP game, and compare it then with theirs who don't even have the game? No. I myself play my Xbox game apps on my Surface 2 alone, and when my friends look at it, they're amazed but not swayed enough to switch.

    Let's look at trends such as Candy Crush and Flappy Bird. You can brag to your friends that you reach this level in Candy Crush, and survived this long in Flappy Bird, if you have iOS and Android. In WP? We get Flappy Bird way after the hype is gone. You see that Asphalt game I'm playing right now? Yeah it's limited to only me, as no one uses WP or Windows tablet in my surroundings. So now you say there is no app gap? How so? If you want to play alone, then play Skyrim or Fallout.

    Another prominent is Clash of Clans. I see left and right in class that everyone is playing Clash of Clans, and they seem to enjoy it a lot and talk about it a lot. Me? I'm just sitting here, playing my Xbox Solitaire, or Kingdoms & Lords. The trend now is social media and games, not news, sms, or calling anymore. People use Whatsapp, Instagram, Snapchat, Clash of Clans, Candy Crush. Those are the trends. Trends live and die quickly, and WP could not fill those app gaps as quickly as after the trend dies, then the app comes in, it's not as fun anymore.

    Sure some of you say "Oh but I don't use social media as much and I enjoy playing my own games." Yes that's you, not the public. "Oh but we got a lot of alternatives." Yes, only SOME, not all. The public is greedy, they want all apps, not just some. Teenagers, they have to connect with their friends, they have to be in the trend. Teenagers make the majority of the public who buy and use smartphones, they are the trendsetters. Being a hipster (i.e Using WP), brings both a sense of coolness and mystery, yet gives the feeling of distant and unrelatable. When you show off what your WP can do, people just say "Wow that's cool!" but stop at that, nothing more. They are not swayed enough to switch due to the rumors of having no apps, which is partially true. When you use WP, you can do this and that, but usually can't do what the trend does. The trend wants the hottest apps, who comes in fast into Android and iOS.

    There is an app gap.
    ^^^^All of this. ^^^^

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    05-08-2014 03:44 PM
  9. Ivin Laney's Avatar
    I don't use a ton of apps, but comparing with other OS platforms I would say without question 6snap is better than both Android and iOS Snapchat. Way more functionality, like being able to use a previously taken picture, not having to f**king hold the screen the entire time, etc.

    The greatest area of deficiency I find is games that you play with others. There is a trivia game my friends play I don't get.

    Uber is another missing app but I just pin the mobile site to my 'Start' screen and it functions just fine. I would imagine Nest is the same way but I'm not fortunate enough to own a Nest so I wouldn't know.

    Evan
    Have you used the new Snapchat? It's really evolved in the latest release. My wife will not put it down. 6snap is nice but the late notifications kill it for me.
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    05-08-2014 05:55 PM
  10. cgavula's Avatar
    Actually, WP is not good in games. Many of the big titles from EA like Simpsons Tapped Out and Dungeon Keeper are MIA as is a decent version of titles like Civilization Revolution (the WP version is awful compared to the iOS version).

    WP is weak in foreign language learning apps. Big players like Byki and Eurotalk and Innovative Language and others just aren't on the platform. This category not important to you? Maybe not, but there are many such categories not well filled out yet and it's those things that make the app gap real.

    Many local apps and store apps are either missing or have weaker versions on WP than iOS or Android.

    Let's not forget the lack of Cisco VPN support on WP or RT - that's a biggie for many of us.

    Big travel apps like FlightTrack5 and TripIt are still missing (and 3rd party apps don't quite fill the space, sorry).


    I have an iPhone and and Android and several WP devices and my daily driver is a Lumia 1520, but the people who claim the app gap is an illusion are mistaken and believe there is no gap simply because they haven't fallen into it. If the gap didn't exist, or there were decent EQUIVALENT substitutes, then I wouldn't need to retain those other devices, but the fact is there IS still a gap and it is problematic.

    That said, the gap IS shrinking. Things are better than they were even a year ago and I expect it to keep improving - but slowly.

    And if you have a Windows RT device - the app gap between that and the iPad is even worse! I'm desperately hoping that 2 things happen: 1) universal apps start popping up so many WP titles become available on RT, and 2) they fix it so larger format devices, like the 1520, can run some more tablet like apps.

    ​I'd love to have seen the new office that iPad got made available for the Lumia 1520, but then again we don't have printing or BT keyboard support on WP yet - another gap that needs to be filled!
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    05-08-2014 09:55 PM
  11. Markham Ranja's Avatar
    I got news for you...not everything is social these days.For every one on it the vast majority are not. Now,I know that is what they want,for everyone to connect with them,but I can honestly say more connect via regular texting and...gosh..telephone calls along with Skype and facetime.

    Not everyone is into putting their info on one if the social media chat rooms,and no,a public forum is not considered the same as twitter or facebook.

    Mac
    Most of your post is incoherent and doesn't really make sense, but I'll try to reply to what I can understand.

    When I said social, I meant it in the context of an activity shared among friends or acquaintances. I wasn't referring to social networks. I was referring to apps like Quizup being social, i.e. allowing my friends to play with me. Multiplayer may have been a better word to use. Anyway. The point is that even if WP gets similar apps and games as iOS and Android, they are not the same and may be incompatible with iOS/Android versions. Thus it doesn't make a difference - the experience is about playing with friends and unfortunately, with WP's market share being so low, usually nobody else has a WP.
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    05-08-2014 10:40 PM
  12. carlos12001's Avatar
    Because WPCentral is an open forum and people like me have been here way longer than you have judging everyone else.
    I don't care how long you've been here, good for you. When I see childish posts such as yours, arguing about sharing scores on candy crush and other silly children's games, i laugh and can make judgments. Even I were here for only 3 minutes.

    I'll settle now-
    Yes there is an app gap-deal with it, or don't.
    -no androids UI is not fluid like WP or ios
    -no, not everyone cares about stupid, social media
    -or silly kiddy games
    You do? Great, good for you.
    05-08-2014 10:51 PM
  13. carlos12001's Avatar
    Bragging to friends about high scores? Following trends? I'm in the wrong forum, is there an adult section? Lol.
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    05-08-2014 10:57 PM
  14. Markham Ranja's Avatar
    So having enough high quality games, with more coming every day means nothing on WP, but means the world on android...yeah. Like I asked the other android loyalist who hangs around WPC, why aren't you over at android central giving high fives?
    It doesn't mean much on either platform, actually. And I'd disagree with your statements that there are 'enough' games and that there are more coming 'every day'.

    You need to have the games that people want. MS could make a WP that runs Crysis and Titanfall perfectly, and it may still not be successful. And again, considering that most games have some form of social integration (like Candy Crush) any 3rd party substitute or similar app on WP is not really satisfactory.
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    05-08-2014 11:00 PM
  15. carlos12001's Avatar
    It doesn't mean much on either platform, actually. And I'd disagree with your statements that there are 'enough' games and that there are more coming 'every day'.

    You need to have the games that people want. MS could make a WP that runs Crysis and Titanfall perfectly, and it may still not be successful. And again, considering that most games have some form of social integration (like Candy Crush) any 3rd party substitute or similar app on WP is not really satisfactory.
    Disagree, so what? Doesn't mean that's its not happening. Obviously I'm in the wrong place if there's going to be arguments about these types of games, maybe its me but I don't consider candy crush and such any benefit to my mobile experience.
    05-08-2014 11:11 PM
  16. Pierre Blackwell's Avatar
    The fact that WP allows you to post practically anything to your start screen pretty much silents the issue about applications outside of games. For example, I like reading the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. There is an app for iOS and Andriod, but not one for Windows phone, so what did I do, I pinned the webpage to my startscreen. I can label it what I want, customize the tile to have it look like I want and it launches the website when I click on it, which is better than the app anyway. Not only can you access the mobile sites of applications like Eurotalk and Byki, but there are other apps the represent the same services. Just beause you're not familiar with them doesn't mean they don't do a sufficient job.
    Big name travel apps like Flighttrack 5??? I travel all the time and I haven't heard of that. I use KAYAK, or Tripadvisor, both of which are available on WP. Those are household name travel sites. As for WP not having good games is hogwash. There are tons of great titles. Albiet not always the most popular. The things about trends is that they fade. Again, I understand the Candy Crushers out there and Flappy Birdbrains, not having the satisfaction of playing in a socially connected environment would feel restrictive. However that doesn't correlate to WP not having good games. To be honest I never was a big fan of candy crush saga. However I love Wordament, which I can connect with players who have Xbox live accounts. I love playing Tetris Blitz which is a classic game, not a here one moment gone the next fad, and I can either connect with friends on Facebook, or Xbox. UNO and Trivial Pursuit are others that I can connect with Xbox live. There are a host of other games that can do that, not to mention some flat out bad *** titles period. As I've stated before, I rogered up to there being an "app gap" in the sense of what an application is suppose to do, but the simple fact remains that with all this back an forth Andriod and iPhone users and still putting their phones down and picking up Windows Phones more and more. I wonder why that is?
    05-08-2014 11:13 PM
  17. MDMcAtee's Avatar
    Most of your post is incoherent and doesn't really make sense, but I'll try to reply to what I can understand.

    When I said social, I meant it in the context of an activity shared among friends or acquaintances. I wasn't referring to social networks. I was referring to apps like Quizup being social, i.e. allowing my friends to play with me. Multiplayer may have been a better word to use. Anyway. The point is that even if WP gets similar apps and games as iOS and Android, they are not the same and may be incompatible with iOS/Android versions. Thus it doesn't make a difference - the experience is about playing with friends and unfortunately, with WP's market share being so low, usually nobody else has a WP.
    My post isn't incoherent,you just don't understand that not everyone gives a ratts **** about multiplayer gaming..

    What part do you not understand that there will always be specific apps including games that never will be cross platform?

    This is to entice people who are caught up with current fads to switch carriers or platforms.

    The vast majority of those who claim WP is at a disadvantage is because of either a lack of some social media type app or some game they can't play.

    This isn't a real app gap, it is a perceived app gap because your favorite app or game isn't available or isn't cross platform or is a carrier exclusive.

    I know there are many instances of this with the big 3 and there always will be. Any gap you see is a opportunity to find a solution or get involved in developing yourself or supporting those who are. Crying because you can't play your favorite game is childish. Go with a Android or IPhone if that is all that you want to do with your phones.

    Most adults choose to utilize their smart phones for more productive matters.This is where WP shines brightest and where it is headed once all of its platforms are integrated,everything else will come in time.

    Mac
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    05-08-2014 11:17 PM
  18. prasath1234's Avatar
    Bragging to friends about high scores? Following trends? I'm in the wrong forum, is there an adult section? Lol.
    Wp is not for toddlers its smart tool rather than smart toy great for productivity via live tiles.you can pin anything on the start screen unlike iphone or android.you can access any notes or even contacts by pinning everything to the start screen which no os offers in intuitive way like wp.for apps nd games have ipad for phones use wp simple.

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    05-09-2014 12:12 AM
  19. prasath1234's Avatar
    Disagree, so what? Doesn't mean that's its not happening. Obviously I'm in the wrong place if there's going to be arguments about these types of games, maybe its me but I don't consider candy crush and such any benefit to my mobile experience.
    Exactly playing graphic intensive games kill battery for games get a xbox one or ps3.games also warm your phone very quickly which.is not good for the phone battery.atleast get an ipad to play your favourite game if u cant afford get nexus tab.it will quench ypur game thirst.i dont know about others i wont play games in a phones.may be others like playing games 24*7.:-S:thumbup::thumbdown::o

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    05-09-2014 12:17 AM
  20. prasath1234's Avatar
    The fact that WP allows you to post practically anything to your start screen pretty much silents the issue about applications outside of games. For example, I like reading the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. There is an app for iOS and Andriod, but not one for Windows phone, so what did I do, I pinned the webpage to my startscreen. I can label it what I want, customize the tile to have it look like I want and it launches the website when I click on it, which is better than the app anyway. Not only can you access the mobile sites of applications like Eurotalk and Byki, but there are other apps the represent the same services. Just beause you're not familiar with them doesn't mean they don't do a sufficient job.
    Big name travel apps like Flighttrack 5??? I travel all the time and I haven't heard of that. I use KAYAK, or Tripadvisor, both of which are available on WP. Those are household name travel sites. As for WP not having good games is hogwash. There are tons of great titles. Albiet not always the most popular. The things about trends is that they fade. Again, I understand the Candy Crushers out there and Flappy Birdbrains, not having the satisfaction of playing in a socially connected environment would feel restrictive. However that doesn't correlate to WP not having good games. To be honest I never was a big fan of candy crush saga. However I love Wordament, which I can connect with players who have Xbox live accounts. I love playing Tetris Blitz which is a classic game, not a here one moment gone the next fad, and I can either connect with friends on Facebook, or Xbox. UNO and Trivial Pursuit are others that I can connect with Xbox live. There are a host of other games that can do that, not to mention some flat out bad *** titles period. As I've stated before, I rogered up to there being an "app gap" in the sense of what an application is suppose to do, but the simple fact remains that with all this back an forth Andriod and iPhone users and still putting their phones down and picking up Windows Phones more and more. I wonder why that is?
    Yah i agree you get a 6 inch.or 5 inch wp phone nd pin websites to your start screen u can access them on the go.smaller screens like 4 to 4.5 inches strain your eyes.

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    05-09-2014 12:21 AM
  21. A895's Avatar
    I don't care how long you've been here, good for you. When I see childish posts such as yours, arguing about sharing scores on candy crush and other silly children's games, i laugh and can make judgments. Even I were here for only 3 minutes.

    I'll settle now-
    Yes there is an app gap-deal with it, or don't.
    -no androids UI is not fluid like WP or ios
    -no, not everyone cares about stupid, social media
    -or silly kiddy games
    You do? Great, good for you.
    You don't that's the point. But for the millions that don't choose WP because of apps there is a problem. I don't know why that is so hard to grasp. I am not trying to start anything but you are not getting it.

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    05-09-2014 06:16 AM
  22. A895's Avatar
    Did I step into Crack berry forums? Because some here are practically saying tools not toys which is what BlackBerry said for a while and guess where they are now? I understand fans may not want the apps, but the platform is not doing well because it does not have access to those apps. Then the platform is not getting the apps because the user base is small. It's a vicious circle.

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    05-09-2014 06:20 AM
  23. Ivin Laney's Avatar
    The fact that WP allows you to post practically anything to your start screen pretty much silents the issue about applications outside of games. For example, I like reading the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. There is an app for iOS and Andriod, but not one for Windows phone, so what did I do, I pinned the webpage to my startscreen. I can label it what I want, customize the tile to have it look like I want and it launches the website when I click on it, which is better than the app anyway. Not only can you access the mobile sites of applications like Eurotalk and Byki, but there are other apps the represent the same services. Just beause you're not familiar with them doesn't mean they don't do a sufficient job.
    Big name travel apps like Flighttrack 5??? I travel all the time and I haven't heard of that. I use KAYAK, or Tripadvisor, both of which are available on WP. Those are household name travel sites. As for WP not having good games is hogwash. There are tons of great titles. Albiet not always the most popular. The things about trends is that they fade. Again, I understand the Candy Crushers out there and Flappy Birdbrains, not having the satisfaction of playing in a socially connected environment would feel restrictive. However that doesn't correlate to WP not having good games. To be honest I never was a big fan of candy crush saga. However I love Wordament, which I can connect with players who have Xbox live accounts. I love playing Tetris Blitz which is a classic game, not a here one moment gone the next fad, and I can either connect with friends on Facebook, or Xbox. UNO and Trivial Pursuit are others that I can connect with Xbox live. There are a host of other games that can do that, not to mention some flat out bad *** titles period. As I've stated before, I rogered up to there being an "app gap" in the sense of what an application is suppose to do, but the simple fact remains that with all this back an forth Andriod and iPhone users and still putting their phones down and picking up Windows Phones more and more. I wonder why that is?
    I don't think you understand the situation entirely. It's not about WP not having good games. It's about WP not having the popular games. Candy Crush isn't a great game but its social and over 500 million people have installed it. That's 100s of millions of people who won't be able to enjoy the game on WP. Some of those people won't even buy a WP for the simple fact that it doesn't have the game. People like to be part of popular things. Don't even get me started on Clash of Clans.

    Every few months some startup hits it big with a new app. Am i going to be able to have it install on my 925? I'm going to go with no and that's just going to leave me reaching for my 5s or one of my GPE devices. Not only am I not going to have the app, I'm also going to have to have people like you tell me that "WP doesnt need that app". Then in a year or two (or never), it'll come to WP or Rudy will make a really nice app if possible. Luckily im a nerd and have the disposable income to have extra devices while i wait . Normal people are not so patient and don't want to deal with this over and over.
    Last edited by Ivin Laney; 05-09-2014 at 06:52 AM.
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    05-09-2014 06:32 AM
  24. AndyCalling's Avatar
    The Eurovision 2014 app is not available for WP8. That says it all, the app gap is a serious problem on that point alone. No way to argue out of that one.
    05-09-2014 06:39 AM
  25. Daniel Ratcliffe's Avatar
    I don't think you understand the situation entirely. It's not about WP not having good games. It's about WP not having the popular games. Candy Crush isn't a great game but its social and over 500 million people have installed it. That's 100s of millions of people who won't be able to enjoy the game on WP. Some of those people won't even buy a WP for the simple fact that it doesn't have the game. People like to be part of popular things. Don't even get me started on Clash of Clans.

    Every few months some startup hits it big with a new app. Am i going to be able to have it install on my 925? I'm going to go with no and that's just going to leave me reaching for my 5s or one of my GPE devices. Not only am I not going to have the app, I'm also going to have to have people like you tell me the "WP doesnt need that app". Then in a year or two (or never), it'll come to WP or Rudy will make a really nice app if possible. Luckily im a nerd and have the disposable income to have extra devices while i wait . Normal people are not so patient and don't want to deal with this over and over.
    Exactly and most people i know would refuse to get a Windows Phone purely on the fact it doesn't have Candy Crush Saga. One app can and often does make or break a purchase.
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    05-09-2014 06:41 AM
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