Okay guys, so I have an Android device like most people here. But my tablet is the Coby Kyros 7015A and it does not have the Android Marketplace. You cannot natively download the Android Marketplace either, you have to root your tablet. Well some of us do the root thing and still can't download stuff for whatever reason. In the interest of full disclosure, I am one of those people. I was just thinking that this whole situation is pure bull****, pardon my language but it's upsetting. I have an Android device that I paid over a $150 for yet Google refuse to let me get on there ANDROID MARKETPLACE. Apparently, my Android device isn't good enough for Google. So there is no way they are going to let us on there free ANDROID Marketplace to download and buy ANDROID apps. Again that is simply bull****. If I own an Apple device with the appropriate interface, I can assure I would have access to there App store no matter what the device, if I am wrong than they suck too. This is going to continue happening until ANDROID users join up and make Google notice how wrong they are for doing this. I don't care if they have a "closed" network, if I pay over a $150 for an Android device I have paid for the right to access the Android Marketplace. So people join me and lets *Twitter Bomb the hell out of Google until they address the issue. I attend to Twitter Google everyday about this issue, please join me. The message is this: "Please Bring the Android Marketplace to all Android device, including all Android Tablets". This is the Google twitter account and its really there only customer service method Twitter. Lets be respectful guys and get our point across with class. We paid a lot of money for these Android devices, its only right that the ANDROID Marketplace works natively on them. *For those of you who don't know what Twitter Bombing is, it's when you send a company a message via Twitter to get them to notice an issue. It works by having a massive amount of people do this everyday and eventually the company gets tired of seeing the Twitters or looks at what the twitters are saying and they say or do something about the issue. This isn't like a DDOS attack that hurts the system, company, servers or anything like that. This is a form of actual protest. Before the internet people would start a letter writing campaign where tons of people wrote letters to a company and eventually enough letters got sent that it annoys the company or calls there attention to an issue they overlooked and action is taken. Twitter Bombing is essentially the modern version of the letter writing campaign.