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iOS, Android and Windows 7 Mobile.
Posted 10/12/11

Aero-Mach wrote:

Most people are starting to watch crunchyroll on their iOS/Android devices, I know I use my iPod Touch, or well use too before it killed it self.

I'm getting the iPhone 4S, the iPod Touch 5(The real one) and the waiting for the iPad 3.

I'm getting an Galaxy Tab 10.1,

I'm holding off on getting a Windows 7 Mobile device until they release their flagship phone.

These devices are going to be for programming, and fun....

Which iOS, Android and Windows 7 Mobile devices do you own?


Sounds expensive. How much will all that set you back?
Posted 10/12/11

Cod-of-War wrote:


Aero-Mach wrote:

Most people are starting to watch crunchyroll on their iOS/Android devices, I know I use my iPod Touch, or well use too before it killed it self.

I'm getting the iPhone 4S, the iPod Touch 5(The real one) and the waiting for the iPad 3.

I'm getting an Galaxy Tab 10.1,

I'm holding off on getting a Windows 7 Mobile device until they release their flagship phone.

These devices are going to be for programming, and fun....

Which iOS, Android and Windows 7 Mobile devices do you own?


Sounds expensive. How much will all that set you back?


1400$,

Although that's not paying full price for the iPhone 4S,

It's expensive but I get new quality toys to play with! :D

Do you have a tablet or something?
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Posted 10/12/11

Aero-Mach wrote:


panzerveps wrote:

I own a htc hd2, wm 6.5 phone. The only thing i need really. It's got the wifi's, the internets and something called mp3 player, but i dont know what that is. it also has a lot of gb's.
(but i kinda wish for a htc android phone with somewhat the same sized screen.....)


You can install Android or Windows 7 on that phone, you don't need an Android,


I know.. But it's getting old (almost 2 year old design and specs now) and the camera isn't working properly (broke the lens cover when i fell on my bike last xmas).
I'd prefer to have windows removed and replaced by android, but thats sadly not possible.. Never tried it, but i imagine an image install (or whatever you call it) will slow down the phone..
Posted 10/12/11
I have last year's Droid HTC Incredible, but had to buy a larger battery for it. That battery heats up so badly, that about 2/3 through an episode it will cause the video to stop playing. Verizon said they fixed the battery and heat issues to a greater degree with the newer models, but I am not buying a new phone just for that. So, I I want to watch CR on the go, I take the old iPad with me and turn the 3G on.

Also, I heard Google has bought out Motorola (my hub's last phone, before it got driven over the other day).
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Posted 10/12/11

TerraGamerX wrote:

Watching shows and movies on a tiny screen is still a very abstract concept to me. Are you really able to immerse yourself in the media and enjoy it fully that way? It'd seem to me to be hardly more than background noise...

Unfortunately I lack a fully modern mobile device, so I cannot test for myself. Though I strongly have my eyes on the Nexus S. And ... are Windows mobile devices even selling? I never hear developers even give it a thought when choosing what to develop for...


If you're laying down on your bed, with the screen right in front of your face, it's much better than using the computer
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