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11-24-2010 @ 7:12PM
Call me when this app is available on Android. Until then, useless.
11-24-2010 @ 7:36PM
because nobody uses iOS devices, amirite?
11-24-2010 @ 7:31PM
No, no! It's the Apple users who are supposed to be the smug ones, not you! Stick to the faux platform war narrative, pal. /facepalmLook, you know very damn well that this app is a step in the right direction for all platforms. Choose not to be petty, but rather patient. Marvel at the possibilities.
11-24-2010 @ 8:29PM
What's ironic about what josef said is that the iOS platform has ten times more apps that are all ten times higher quality. The most "demanding" app I've seen on the Droid platform was a commercial for a 1GHz (the highest end you can get) Galaxy S phone that was playing some racing game. The game looked laggy - in the COMMERCIAL - and was about half as attractive as anything my iPhone 4 (or the 3GS I had briefly for 2 weeks before it) can and does play.Long argument short - don't sit here and explain how your platform is superior and make DB comments when what you own has a LONG way to go to even be comparable to it's closest rival in terms of software quality.
11-25-2010 @ 5:02AM
You are aware that there are apps like this for android, look up phone my pc all this app is doing is running your computer from a remote location, I have played wow from my phone many times
11-25-2010 @ 5:56PM
@ not That matt:Jesus Christ, what the he'll is wrong with you. You wish someone's cancer returning? Wow... What a complete @$$H0Le you are. Really.
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