Ok, I see what people mean about Android apps being extremely slow compared to iPhone apps. I’ve had about 315 downloads of the free version, and a whopping 5 downloads of the paid version. This by all means is exciting for the first week of distribution, but if thinks don’t pick up to some degree there will be no more reason to invest time and effort into the app. It would be more logical to begin another, more viral app that could sell more copies.
Also, users are extremely annoying when they leave negative comments for a bug, then do not update the comment when the bug is fixed. The nice thing about the Android market is that you can mark any comment as spam, and frankly a comment that was left about a bug that no longer exists is definitely spam.
I expect, and hope that Google updates the market establishing better standards. It would be nice to develop for the Android full time, but currently that is not even a consideration.