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While this may sound like an immediate drawback, the difference in the OS, with the various home screens, the integration of widgets at different sizes, the ability to add shortcuts and folder keep it feeling fresh everyday.
What is the best part of the Android themes you may ask?
Sadly themes are not quite as common on the Android as they are on a Black Berry, there is no application that allows the average user to input some custom icons, change font colors and sizes, and even add cool animations if they wanted to.
With your Black Berry you are able to choose from hundreds, if not thousands of customized themes for your device, while with Android you will find far fewer of these per device.
Because your applications are tied directly to your Google account instead of a PIN, activating them on a new device is a breeze -- all you have to do is download them, no pesky PIN changes, or activation codes needed.
But I had already began using my Gmail account as my primary, so this wasn’t very bothersome. We'll hardly be the first to say it: Exchange hasn't been great on Android, though Google's giving it a good beefing up in Froyo.
To some this may present an issue, because your primary account may be a Yahoo or Hotmail account. HTC has it built into its Sense user interface, and it's not bad. If you do everything through gmail, well, again, you're going to be just fine.
Go ahead, pick a BBM contact and ask them if they have g Talk, I am sure that most of them will respond with yes, especially since I was able to get every contact from my BBM list on my g Talk list.
One huge gripe of many Black Berry users is that App World stinks, and often times people will go without an application, or wait to find an alternative method of installation so that they don’t have to bog down their device by installing App World.