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yet. If you don't have an account you can
Free Apps using extra battery by accessing ad servers continously
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I was considering when I get a smart phone that I get news apps for my most popular websites. I may now give that a miss as many are sponsored by "so-and-so".
From what I understand battery life is already an issue with smart phones.
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