Nokia X to play it cool with Google Apps, Google Now, and even the Play store
It is true after all that most of us believe that if an Android phone is made to look too much like a Windows Phones then users will get used to the newer interface and when finally it is time to upgrade, they will seek to scratch that tile-shaped itch. This is only the view we got from Steven Elop’s interview at the MWC event and now there is one other side to it. Now the other theory says that Nokia Android phones are out but people demand all the apps that come with the two platforms. They don’t just want the Nokia's curate store.
The problem comes to an end since user Kashamalaga has figured out a way to keep the Nokia X playing it cool with the Google Apps, Google Now, and surprisingly even the Play store. And this means that we are just too close to having access to the full gamut of Android apps actually work as opposed to Elop's "gateway drug" approach.
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