You could just stop complaining that having decided to be an early adopter that you're horribly limited in the choice of apps you have.
You only have to compare the lists of apps available for the iPhone against Android to see how the current adoption rates for the two platforms drastically holds Android back.
Incredibly, both platforms have social networking applications available for them - how shallow!
Android has innovative stuff like Loco - a social networking application(!) - and Enkin - an augmented reality application that was impossible on previous mobiles because they lacked the hardware.
Guess what? My DVD player can't play Blu-ray discs, but my Blu-ray can *and* it can play DVDs; that does not make the DVD player horribly limited, it can still do what it was designed for and when I want to watch a DVD I can usually be into the main feature before the Blu-ray has booted up.
How about instead of complaining that fewer apps are being written for *your* chosen platform you get off your bum and write some?
Oh, and Loco isn't innovative, there are apps available for Windows Mobile, Symbian and the iPhone that perform quite similar tasks and have done since well before Android left the start-line.