Originally Posted by Razeus
I still admire your enthusiasm for this platform, even in the face of non-existent big player apps or apps that seem half done. Perhaps they are still given iOS priority building iOS 7 apps according to their new design spec, and working on Windows Phone 8 in their "20% time".
I guess that depends on your definition of "big player(s)"..
NFL ,. check
Pandora, Spotify, Rhapsody, Netflix, Hulu, TuneMeIn, YouTube.. check, check, check, check and check
FlashVideo, Twitch, JustinTV, Shazam, .. and yes, multilple AngryBirds and or course Halo, Assassins Creed, FinalFantasy, Modern Combat 4...
6sec (a better Vine app), yep..
so on and so forth..
There is nothing on an iPhone that I would want to do that I cant do on WP8.. this isnt 2011 anymore. Windows Phone is the fastest growing Mobile OS is MANY emerging markets, (such as India with it's 1 BILLION+ potential users).. yeah lets ignore that shall we.