I use the desktop version. Have a Droid but can't see the screen, near impossible for me to type with the small letter boxes on screen buttons with my big paws, and of course don't text. Keep lap tops in all of the work trucks and use pc desktop at home office. Got droid instead of regular cell phone for business due to promotion going on that reduced my current services near $80.00/ mo. with Verizon. Can't use nor care to use features on smart phone. Really need a tougher cell phone for contract work as I've dropped this droid smart phone twice from my climbing belt 40' + feet up in the air to ground from power pole and dropped four times into manhole under 8 feet of water and it doesn't work so good now. I'll have to admit it's lasted better than I thought it would but the regular phones took the abuse better. Only had it for three months now and it barely works. Had better luck with more rugged built cell phone types. They seemed to take the drops and under water thing better.
A good piece of glass is like a fine piece of ass. There is no known substitute known to man, and neither are cheap.