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11/19/10 9:40 A

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Thanks walking the talk! I haven't got one yet- but definitly leaning towards the 'droid line. emoticon

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11/19/10 9:30 A

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I have an HTC Legend which uses the Android operating system and I LOVE it (I realize I'm rather late responding so you may have a new phone already, but wanted to share my opinion anyway!)

I use mine to log in to sparkpeople sometimes through the sparkpeople app which is way easier than actually accessing the site via the internet on the phone, I use the CardioTrainer app to track my biking, walking, yoga, and then just transfer that over to the my fitness part of spark people when I'm home. There's also a C25K app that tells you when to jog, when to walk etc if you're following that program...which I'm not, but DH is.

I also get my email on the phone and use it to text, though I'm not a big texter.

I love Android. :)

Sharon - Ontario


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11/9/10 1:56 P

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I currently have a blackberry pearl flip phone. I don't know why (and I haven't really tried to find out) but none of the applications work on this phone. The only reason I got this phone in the first place was because I needed a new phone and it was a free upgrade. Also, it's pink and I am very much not a pink sort of girl.

Previously I had several Sony Ericcsons of a couple different models (all sliders). I drowned a few of them :( but that aside, I really liked them.

My first cell was a Samsung. I got it used and never had a problem with it until the hinge of the flip part broke (by that time I had had it for at least six years - I don't know how old it actually was). However it was 'just' a phone, no net capabilities, no chat, no camera, just talk and text.

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11/9/10 8:50 A

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This is all really helpful- thanks guys!

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11/8/10 1:20 P

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I just got a new phone two weeks ago and wish I'd been able to get something else, but a iPhone was out of my budget and the upgraded plan wasn't also out of my budget. So I settled with an LG Xeon I can surf the net, twitter, hit SP and do just about everything I can on my laptop.

Edited by: NYXWOLFWALKER at: 11/8/2010 (13:28)
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11/8/10 12:19 P

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I have an LG I think it is called chocolate.

I really like it but I only phone and text with it, I do not use the internet.

I have had very good luck with LG phones but I know Motarola (SP?) has some problems.

I hope this of some help.

I have had mine for over 3 years and would buy another LG anytime.

Ontario, Canada


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11/8/10 11:29 A

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I have a blackberry. I like it because it gives us the cabability to connect with the internet, though I personally don't.
What I don't like about it is the SMALL keys and also the pain of typing a message. Each key has 2 letters which makes it more difficult and time consuming to draft a note.
I understand you can have a separate key board which would help.
My next phone would probably be an Iphone.
As for putting my Spark on my phone I don't because I was getting way too many emails so I only use my phone for a phone and nothing more.

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KARBRUCE's Photo KARBRUCE Posts: 495
11/8/10 10:25 A

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Hi Everyone!

This is not health/fitness related, but y'all are so helpful there I thought I would get your input on this question.

My cell phone provider has offered to upgrade my phone. So what I was wondering is this:

What phone do you have?
Do you love it or hate it?
If you had to pick a new phone today which one would you pick?
What phone would you definitely NOT pick?
Do you log into Spark using your phone?
If you do do you find it helpful?

Thanks for all of your help.

You guys are the BEST!




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