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10/26/2011 08:42 PM EDT
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haripari   10/29/2011 6:24:23 PM
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The WP apps ecosystem is growing rapidly, even faster than Android during its equivalent stage. Infact after Nokia came onboard, the growth increased since developers got a boost and incentive to develop more apps considering the reach of Nokia. Almost all major apps are available on WP or are currently under development on WP.

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haripari   10/29/2011 6:22:31 PM
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Yes, they already have for WP including turn by turn navigation.

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haripari   10/29/2011 6:21:53 PM
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Read my comment below to other commenter.

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haripari   10/29/2011 6:21:10 PM
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Also remember that Windows Phone OS is totally different than the old windows mobile OS, which was ofcz not good. But WP is totally different story. Lot of users who have used/tried WP in reality have been impressed and apps are increasing day by day with many major apps available on WP like iOS and Android.

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haripari   10/29/2011 6:18:39 PM
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Understandable that one who likes Linux more than Windows would not like Nokia's move to WP. But WP is unlike Windows on PCs. It is arguably the most stable mobile operating system in the market currently,or atleast as good as iOS according to tons of reviews. * Not sure what you do with your phone but repairing for 7 times sounds an awful lot, either you got a defective piece, or as Apple says"You are not using it the right way";)

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t.alex   10/29/2011 2:01:00 AM
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Nokia has maps for Symbian only right? Will they have one for Windows phone?

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cirobr   10/28/2011 5:10:13 PM
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I've been a Nokia fan for well over 10 years, on both aspects: as a company and as a product creator. Then in 2011: * They gave up on MeeGo (I am a Linux fan) in favor of Win (which does nothing but freezing PCs at work). * Bought a new Nokia phone that went back to repair for 7 times before they've decided to replace it; * Still waiting for a solution on a song acquired at Ovi that is impossible to download, unless I pay for it again. To me, the oil platform is still on fire.

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haripari   10/27/2011 9:32:44 PM
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Can you predict anything about your life?

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haripari   10/27/2011 9:32:24 PM
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Hold the phone in your hand before reaching any conclusion. If still have doubts, read about N9's reviews and you will realize. N9 and 800 both have almost similar hardware.

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haripari   10/27/2011 9:31:35 PM
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Sorry for the mistyped "market"

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