Summary: Phone is ok but is having a lot of electronic glitches like just shutting off, freezing up, and the battery life SUX! Got a new battery hoping to fix the problem but no luck! Have to charge abut 4 times a day! It runs programs on its own even though I keep trying to disable them, they are whats running down battery. It keeps try to add updates on things I keep uninstalling! Camera is ok for a cell phone, volume is good, pretty fast.
Summary: I bought this product because I wanted an Android, but didn't realize that it used sprint towers, so the service is horrible inside my office building. I have to set it two feet above my head just so I can get emails. You can't use the phone because it hangs up once you take it off the shelf. It is hard to use on some things. It will put stuff on your screens and it is hard to get off. I have to charge it every night. It does not have good battery life.
Summary: Well I was real excited about getting my first android I really loved it at first but it runs out of internal memory real fast and the 4gb memory card is ok but I need more this is my home phone and my lifeline basically. The screen doesn't always move when you touch. It it is not very sensitive.
Summary: This is not a bad android phone but has several quirks one ought to be aware of. For one the internal memory is not very large at only 512 Megabytes so you can fill it up quickly and then the phone does not work well. Secondly it will not allow you to move apps to the SD card even with Apps2SD. Most functions work well and is easy to learn. Would look for larger internal memory though.
Ally is a great cell phone, average droid, best value!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I really love my Ally because of the Value. Free with 2 yr contract instead of 149.00 like other droids. It needs more memory for apps or at least the ability to add apps to the mini sd card.It's really easy to use, but there are so many good free apps, and so easy to download, I'm always having to delete one ap to add another. But this is definitely worth the money and gets good reception. Almost like a mini laptop.
My first cell phone, LG Ally charge doesn't last long
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I finally broke down and bought a cell phone at the age of 34. I felt like on of the last remaining "hold-outs." I wanted a phone that had texting capability and was interested in a touch phone, so I chose the LG Ally. It's a mid-range "smart phone" that has very few bells and whistles, but has enough to keep me occupied. I like the fact that it has a slide-out keypad, it makes texting much faster. I like the touch-screen capability but I find it only works...
LG Ally has a great keyboard but don't expect it to be fast also
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have had the LG Ally for about 6 months now and it is my first Android phone. I am very satisfied with the Android operating system but this phone isn't as fast as I would like. The keyboard on the phone is great! It is my favorite feature on the phone and after having this phone, I will not want to go back to a touchscreen only phone or a phone that doesn't have a similar keyboard.
Excerpt: I recently said goodbye to my Blackberry, which I absolutely hated. Anything would have been better than the phone I had. Verizon had a deal on the LG Ally, so obviously that is now my new phone. Immediately I loved it, but remember I had a Blackberry before that would not even let me get on the internet. Anything in comparison would have been better.
Excerpt: Well I got my LG Ally in August of 2010, it's now May of 2011 and I had to get a new phone. This was my first ever "super" phone, I usually opted for the phones with nothing more than the ability to talk and text. It was my husbands idea to get this "super" phone for me, and I have to admit that I started to really like it! When I figured out all that it could do I fell in love with the phone.