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    Quote Originally Posted by jlevy73 View Post
    Are you calling me a teenager LOL
    If you were a teenager, you'd have this, plus twitter, myspace, facebook, friendfeed, blogger, and others.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    If you were a teenager, you'd have this, plus twitter, myspace, facebook, friendfeed, blogger, and others.
    :lmao: :lmao: so true :cough....Kris....cough :lmao:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    If you were a teenager, you'd have this, plus twitter, myspace, facebook, friendfeed, blogger, and others.
    You had me at Facebook John :haha:



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    Quote Originally Posted by olta777 View Post
    It would annoy me for sure, cause I already got things to do
    you can turn off the popup status change notifications (under Settings) and simply use it as an address book with status:


  5. #13
    sunkast Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by whatsapp View Post
    you can turn off the popup status change notifications (under Settings) and simply use it as an address book with status:

    That's pretty nifty! Welcome to BlackberryOS.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    This reminds me a little of twitter, only in that the messages from your friends pop up on your screen. The question becomes, why use this over Twitter?
    i get that question a lot. the "how is this different from twitter" question. let me ask you this: would you ever use twitter for things such as

    - "in meetings all day, call me after 6pm"
    - "batter is low, call my office @ 408-555-1212"
    - "out of the country for a week, you can reach me on my paris number"

    i think twitter is great (hey, how else can you know what ashton kutcher is eating for breakfast), but the idea behind our app is different from twitter... while twitter is more like a group chat, whatsapp is more of a status indicator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatsapp View Post
    i get that question a lot. the "how is this different from twitter" question. let me ask you this: would you ever use twitter for things such as

    - "in meetings all day, call me after 6pm"
    - "batter is low, call my office @ 408-555-1212"
    - "out of the country for a week, you can reach me on my paris number"

    i think twitter is great (hey, how else can you know what ashton kutcher is eating for breakfast), but the idea behind our app is different from twitter... while twitter is more like a group chat, whatsapp is more of a status indicator.
    Welcome to BBOS and thanks for the clarification on this.

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    sunkast Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by whatsapp View Post
    i get that question a lot. the "how is this different from twitter" question. let me ask you this: would you ever use twitter for things such as

    - "in meetings all day, call me after 6pm"
    - "batter is low, call my office @ 408-555-1212"
    - "out of the country for a week, you can reach me on my paris number"

    i think twitter is great (hey, how else can you know what ashton kutcher is eating for breakfast), but the idea behind our app is different from twitter... while twitter is more like a group chat, whatsapp is more of a status indicator.
    That makes sense.

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