Tuesday, November 30, 2010
After installing and eagerly clicking the icon I was greeted with... m.youtube.com. Yes, the YouTube app is a shortcut to the built-in Web browser. No more, no less... just a shortcut.
I suppose you could say that this is the first smartphone Web app -- but really, it's just laziness. Incidentally, did you know that Windows Phone 7 also lacks a Windows Live Messenger app? Maybe there's a Web-based client that I can use instead..
[via @ryan, and others]
Now that the holiday weekend is over and we're all tired of turkey, we figured we'd better get back to business around here. First thing on our to do list? Take care of our contest winners of course. If you're a registered member here at Android Central then you know our forums always have a contest happening and if you're not registered well -- now is as good a time as any. This weeks winners are as posted after the break. Stay tuned for more upcoming contests folks. Congrats to this weeks winners!
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