Now that I’ve given you a look at three fundamental Droid apps (Phone, Contacts, and Calendar), it’s time to turn your attention to three critical communication apps: Email, Messaging, and Web browsing.
Many people purchase a Droid specifically for its capability to send and receive email. Email is one of the defining features of a smartphone, and if your Droid has a QWERTY keyboard (like the Droid 2 and Droid Pro), you’ll be tapping out emails as fast as you can on your desktop computer.
A lot of development resources are being devoted to voice recognition, too, so look for a proliferation of applications that will accept and transcribe your voice in the not-too-distant future.
In this chapter, I jump-start ...