Anti-patterns everywhere Android proposes a set of clear design and UX rules that *all other apps follow. It's not obligatory, but it's definitely something worth looking at. Implementing anti-patterns everywhere just for the sake of being different doesn't really fit into the whole AI-centric story.. you spent so much time customizing the app.. so much that I can't see anything else. It's difficult to navigate, wierd to search for stuff and definitely looks a lot like iOS. Making us wait doesn't help either. My first impressions..
Its main characteristic doesn't even works. It can't even save me that one extra second on categorising the page! The design is clearly made for iOS and that makes it unconfortable. The app delivers the same experience as pocket but ten times worse and even unstable. My advice is not to install this app at the moment. Its far from being a former competitor to pocket. Definetly not worth it.
App regularly crashes randomly when it's just running in the background. Weird that the manual add link button is secondary to the search function.
I've invested like a 10 minutes before app notified me that it's unavailable in my country... Shame!
Waiting list? Lol
Not even close to ready...Even for testing.
- New: Save any webpage for offline viewing
- New: Ability to share via native share menu (Messages, Email, etc.)
- New: Support for customized reminder times
- Fixed: Performance improvements with loading and searching
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