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Discussion in 'LEO Privacy' started by adelinewong, Feb 28, 2016.
My use of apps are based on need. I'm not one to constantly text, or to be on FB.
Honestly, as long as I can still play some silly little games once in a while, I think I'll be fine. Most of the non-game apps I use have a website that's just about the exact same thing as the app anyway...
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Besides Gmail and Messaging for texting. I have apps but will I die if I can't use say Gasbuddy to check gas prices, no. They are easy of use for me. I can still use pen and paper to write down logs. Which I do while racing anyways.
I know 1 person with a dumb, (very old), flip phone who only uses the phone to make/recieve calls. She adores that tiny phone, but the premise of not having any apps in the 21st century would be like having a computer that is connected to the Internet but has no programs. Virtually everything on any smart phone is an app, including the dialer.
I know 3 people who use and love their "Dumb" phone. I would seriously consider it if I didn't need instant directions to somewhere I don't know.
I remember the learning curve of that when I got my Omnia. I was so frustrated at first. It was like "crap, gotta open a friggin application to make a friggin phone call". I used to tell people a smartphone is a lot stupider than a dumbphone.
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I'm obviously missing something. Is someone coming out with an app-less smartphone or is this simply a rhetorical question? I don't see apps going away anytime soon so why live without if you don't have to?
Why do think that it will be easily without applications? I think they're very useful in my life now. I can shopping via apps.
You can shop via stores or websites too. How does an application make life easier?
I often use mobile phones in my daily life. When i was shopping on Amazon, it will not easy to operate on mobile's browser. But an app can help me a lot.
I have mine on my person all the time. Apps don't make life easier for me, convenient yes,but I can go to amazon.com on my PC as quickly as I can go to amazon app on my phone. Many paths some are shorter.
+1 for the Amazon app. I use it all the time to make purchases. It's much easier than using your phones browser. As is the Best Buy app, PayPal, etc.