One major problem with “apps” is how so many of them use tiny text that is nearly impossible to read. I came across that problem today trying to update my billing information for Verizon.
I have been looking into options now for a while for a app or something that I can use to share notes between my tablet and computer. It’s not uncommon for me to stumble on something at night on my tablet that I want to look into on my PC.
Smart phone apps sure go out of their way to find ways to trick you. Today I got a fake screenshot spammy one. That is a sure file way to get your app instantly deleted.
Maybe it’s time that I start leaving one star reviews for these apps that have random popups nagging you to leave a review. They seem to come up at the worst possible times too.
A big annoyance for me is how so many Android apps force you to hold your device in either portrait or landscape mode.
Android apps really do frustrate me sometimes. I just spent who knows how long trying to use a well known pharmacy’s app to get my thyroid pill prescription delivered.
I finally found what I think is as close as perfect weather app for android that their will be. I’ve been using the Wx app. Rather than trying to be pretty it is just functional with loads of information available..
Not much is more annoying than googling something and then see a pop up about installing an app when I click on the link. I prefer to control the text size and color so I can read it. Using the website at least has a chance for a little more privacy too.
I needed to get a new tablet since my old Samsung was getting itself into a boot loop. I ended up settling on the Asus ZenPad 3s 10 9.7“
One frustration I do have with android is that they don’t get security updates in a timely manner. It’s just the way businesses think now. Sell it and forget about it.
I love my android devices, but I have noticed a lot of the apps have pretty poor accessibility. I’m sure things will improve over time, but it can be frustrating at times.