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#32
I have a problem with the term "must have". if i must have something it doesn't mean you must have it too. Except death.

If you must have an app another person must have, do you really have to have it? Do you really use it like the person who must have it?

If you must check out the N900's capabilities, just have a look at the repositories, they're all "must have" apps in some way. It's not as if we have 20,000 Android apps to chose from. It depends on the person and usage habits.
 

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How and where do you get these apps? I went to app.manager -> Download -> all. Then did a search for an app but search didn't find anything. Am I looking in the wrong place? What repos I need to add? Do I need to register in OVI Store to download the apps?
 

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Bold = essential apps the reason I bought an n900.
* = apps that are barley adequate
*** = if this isn't improved I will have an n900 for sale. -
Tasks need a description to sync with Outlook.
everything on the list is why I live with "*" and "***"

Skype*
OpenSSH
rDesctop

phone
address book*
calender*
Tasks***
Notes*

SMS
calculator
camera
clock
FM Boost
FM Radio
gPodder
Photos*
Maps*
Media Player
File manager
Web & Flash & Ajax
Alarm
Adblock
SSH server
ogg support
recaller
Load Applet
Extra Decoder Support
Simple Brightness Applet
rootsh

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#35
I know that the list of total apps for the N900 isn't too far from 5, but there must be a few you can put on top of the list.
 
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- Headphone Daemon
- Petrovich
- Wallpapercreator
- Joikuspot
- QuickPanaroma
 

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openSSH
pidgin
grr
Petrovich
Fmms
 

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i like onedotzero, but it doesnt work on my n900 for sum reason, any idea on that? I personally love the House of Apps and Quikpanorama.
 
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I know that the list of total apps for the N900 isn't too far from 5
So, a few hundred equals 5 for you?

Okay, my top list:
- ForecaWeather
- OpenTTD
- Mad Developer
- Xournal
- Fennec
 

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SSH client
Vulture's Eye
Nano
gPodder
Conboy
 

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