The best of both worlds is not achievable. Your Blackberry is the ultimate communications device. The messages folder consolidates all email, SMS, MMS, and instant message communications into a single icon. The instant messaging feature further consolidates AIM, MSN Messenger, Blackberry Messenger, and countless other services. The messages folder also accecpts facebook notifications, and makes it seamless to conversate back and forth indepentent of the communications platform.
The iPhone on the other hand is the ultimate applications device. It is as close as it gets to a MID (Mobile Internet Device) without having a full blown version of Windows XP. There are countless application in the iPhone apps store, providing every function ever wanted. Games, media, ect…. the iPhone is unparalleled. Maybe the Motorola Droid will give the iPhone a run for its money, but it is still the iPhone. It is Apples telephone. How can you compete with that?
Google does indeed have its own operating system, and applications store. made fairly popular with the various Android based cellphone, their version of the appstore has many applications. It is indeed a noticable competitor to Apple’s appstore, and it is tempting to see what all the hype is about. I think the new Droid coming out should be very interesting, but once again there is no cellphone that will have the best of both worlds.
Even Blackberry has an appworld now. There are many applications that are suited very nicely for the storm. And with the new 5.0 software upgrade, which is outstanding, the Storm has been even more appealing. Overall the communications abilities of Blackberrys are unparalleled. The applications on the iPhone are unparalleled. And no existing, or soon to exist phone will have the best of both worlds.
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