pavelmachek (pavelmachek) wrote,

Android market sucks, part II.

Half applications have totally strange requirements -- like 'control
vibrator' and 'full internet access'. Do they phone home? I guess so.

Licenses are only available only after you have already wasted your
time/bandwidth downloading the crap. Like wikitude: it presents you
with welcome screen with one button 'yes I agree to eula'... (I'd welcome court decision saying that license has to be available before download, or is unenforcable. After all, the only copying you really do is from server...)

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