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Discussion in 'Android News' started by cereal killer, Mar 26, 2012.
What a surprise. Some idiots in Commiefornia sue a major corporation to get rich.
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Here here, people are coddled too much in society as it is. Main point being, if it takes you longer than 15 minutes to figure out you don't want an app, you're a moron.
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Good. Hopefully it expands the window to a more reasonable time to work with.
Also, does anybody find it funny that one of the guys in suit is suing Google over an app for copyright infringement (Torrent)?
The browser app preinstalled is an app for copyright infringement if you want to get technical.
And that's why I stopped buying cds and dvds decades ago. Same reason I don't buy apps unless they are 10 cents. There are always alternative ways of getting them.
True, but its not expressly for copyright infringement.
could not agree more, I downloaded a game, waited for the 200 something odd mb of additional data to download, by that time the 15 minute window was past, and the game wouldnt work, i couldnt return the app and was out $4.99
I was able to get a refund for an application that didn't work because it failed to download. I got that refund like a day or two later.
Usually if you email the developer they will help you out
The developer should have the flexibility to decide an extended return time such as 30 minutes, 2 hours, 8 hours, 24 hours, etc. A developer can now offer a trial that is fully functional for an extended period of time that is then made fully functional again by paying for the license key upon expiration of the trial. I appreciate developers that have this option so I can be sure the app does what I need and then make the final purchase. e.g. Car Home Ultra has a 30 day trial fully functional and after 30 days I decided yup I want to keep using this app and bought it. Really depends on the app how a trial should be handled. Thus give the developer the options.