|Originally Posted by JuiceRocket |
I use 1337pwn (free) and it works beautifully for me.
There are a couple of other android based Live apps, like "Xbox 360 Live". Personally I've used 1337pwn and found that it's been good enough. Gives live status updates, allows you to add/remove gamertags, check their status, see their gamerscore, play history, send messages, etc.
You do not need to put in your gamertag and password to use it.
Originally Posted by formulanerd /forum/post/19653653
i use Xbox Live Statistics too.... it's kind of scary giving out my password, but i keep a decent eye on my account activity, points, etc.... just for peace of mind.... MS need's to put out an API and use oauth so that the apps never see the password.
also, i've had android for well over a year, and i've tried all the apps.... most of them were broken when xbox.com went with the kinect look... thats when i found Xbox Live statistics.... it's my favorite by far.
Originally Posted by RTRic /forum/post/19654978
I have tried them all as well and agree Xbox Live Statistics is the winner. The beta is free and the Pro version is only 99 cents. I also agree that MS should get an official app out for android.
Originally Posted by formulanerd /forum/post/19655409
probably unlikely with the WP7 push.... i'm not even asking them to make the app, just provide an API.
Originally Posted by formulanerd /forum/post/19660602
i know what you're saying, but theres no way the windows phone 7 developers are going to make an android app.... apple may admit defeat, but MS is far too stubborn.
with a proper API and oauth, you could authenticate the app without giving the app your credentials, which is about as safe as it gets... i would be completely happy with that.
Originally Posted by gameboy /forum/post/19665685
Why would MS freely give away one of the main advantages of owning a WP7 phone???
Originally Posted by gameboy /forum/post/19686469
You have a better chance of seeing an official Xbox Live app on iPhone than on Android (and the chance of an iPhone app is pretty dismal).