It's a welcome addition, and it could be useful if you really need an application when you're away from WiFi. However, it may still be too modest for some. It is not too difficult to find productivity applications and social networks that exceed the unofficial limit (260 MB of Facebook), and you can usually forget many games when they can occupy gigabytes. And as before, there is no way to override this limit. You will have to wait for WiFi to download larger applications, even if you have a truly unlimited data plan. While there are likely reasons for this, operators do not want customers to saturate their networks, it will not be much fun if you need an application in a hurry.