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  Reply # 524093 21-Sep-2011 14:31
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Re: ("there seem to be way more NZ apps" for the iPhone)

Yeah this is partly a problem.  Unfortunately some of these companies haven't yet realised the market potential for their content on Android.  That said, we're seeing more apps coming through for Android where they already exist on iPhone.  It is still a matter of time - statistics are changing quite quickly so it won't be long until these apps will have to come to Android as iPhone becomes less the dominant base.

If you could contact those companies who don't have the Android versions of the apps it might be helpful.

There is an application called Flicks which might help but doesn't appear to have booking (I've only spent a little time with it).

Hope you stick with Android a little longer! :)


(Edited to include the reference at the top - haven't used Quote before :) ) 

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  Reply # 524174 21-Sep-2011 16:40
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julius: Yeah this is partly a problem.  Unfortunately some of these companies haven't yet realised the market potential for their content on Android.  That said, we're seeing more apps coming through for Android where they already exist on iPhone.  It is still a matter of time - statistics are changing quite quickly so it won't be long until these apps will have to come to Android as iPhone becomes less the dominant base.

If you could contact those companies who don't have the Android versions of the apps it might be helpful.

There is an application called Flicks which might help but doesn't appear to have booking (I've only spent a little time with it).

Hope you stick with Android a little longer! :) 


You really should use the quote function when replying to what someone has written to make it obvious who you've replied to or what you've written about please. :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 524203 21-Sep-2011 17:13
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 You really should use the quote function when replying to what someone has written to make it obvious who you've replied to or what you've written about please. :)


Cool never used that before. Thanks for the tip. 

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  Reply # 524230 21-Sep-2011 18:14
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julius:
 You really should use the quote function when replying to what someone has written to make it obvious who you've replied to or what you've written about please. :)


Cool never used that before. Thanks for the tip. 


Is there an app for this :)

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  Reply # 524284 21-Sep-2011 20:43
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kiwitrc:
julius:
 You really should use the quote function when replying to what someone has written to make it obvious who you've replied to or what you've written about please. :)


Cool never used that before. Thanks for the tip. 


Is there an app for this :)


ROTFLMAO... Just writing one now for the iPhone... But it won't be available for Android until there is better uptake...

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realestate.co.nz just released its Android application:

https://market.android.com/details?id=nz.co.realestate.android 

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julius: realestate.co.nz just released its Android application:

https://market.android.com/details?id=nz.co.realestate.android 


i have used it for few days now. very neat 





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For the Kultured among us and men 'what' lunch, there is Bob's Wine Reviews.

The database includes ~80% New Zealand wine listings, says the Android market blurb.

Bob's Wine Reviews Android market Application

Now for a good New Zealand Cheese review....

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