Droid user here voicing support for an Android app
I would not hesitate at all to buy a geocaching app from Groundspeak once it's available.
I figured I should throw a bone to the devs about Android in its current state.
Droid is a first-rate phone. It's best-of-breed among Android devices. It's also nearing a million sales.
Far more than expected. Many people are flocking to it and a surprising number of savvy users are abandoning ship over at AT&T for Verizon. Surely when "there's a map for that" Groundspeak might want people to have more access to cache data out and about What good is such an incredible device as an iPhone when it own't get data, oh but I see Groundspeak has spent quite a bit of effort for the offline capabilities of the iPhone so people can get all their cache info via wifi before they go hunting A Droid user would have all the cache info right there at the cache most likely.
Many analyst are seeing the trend happening that Google is eating Apple's lunch with Android, and many are making the call that Android is getting ready to take the number two spot behind RIM in smartphone share. It also looks like those 3GS sales are tapering off whilst Droid, Eris, and Hero are exploding.
I love Groundspeak, I love the work that was done on the iPhone app. Having been a former user I can appreciate the good taste the devs have shown. I really think you guys might take a stab at Android, you may like it when you cross over.
I know consumers are loving it.