There is currently a lively discussion going on in our forum, all started with a simple statement by member ak_r7: "I keep coming back to Windows Phone."
ak_r7 brings up some excellent points, namely how iPhone, Android, and Windows Mobile all have pros and cons that might drive users to one or the other. The biggest problem with our beloved Windows Mobile seems to be the "app gap," which ak_r7 argues could be closed in order to bring iOS and Android "to their knees."
The introductory post, which already has a large number of replies, ends with an excellent question:
It has spurred quite a debate over what is holding some users back, and what could potentially be done to bring users back to the "dying" platform.
If you have an opinion on this topic, be sure to head to the forums and give your two (or ten) cents. Don't be afraid to share how you really feel about the current state of Windows Mobile.
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