In its current form, the Android Market is full of apps with two different “versions”, one being free and supported by advertisements and the other being paid and ad-free. Ideally, Google would let developers give users the option between the two and therefore remove this form of duplicate content (but that’s a different discussion). One example of this strategy in action is XDA-Developers (Free, ads) vs. XDA Premium ($1.49, no ads).
So, if given the choice between installing a free, ad-supported version of an app or the paid, ad-free alternative, which one would you download? For the sake of this poll, assume the app is one you’d use frequently and the price is reasonable. Share your preference in the comments below!