Oh yes… Messaging Apps! So many released this year…
I’ve tried a few of them as I’m keen to completely replace my SMS and Phone features(!) but the main issue I have is that I hardly ever know anyone using them, so end up with 5 apps installed, all with one person in them.
Yes, Google Now has been one of my favourites for a long time, you don’t think of it being an App really and that is great design in itself.
I tried Sunrise and liked the Android app (as opposed to desktop version) but found it a little data heavy and also I quite like (seeming to be one of the few) that liked the redesigned Google Calendar app, so switched back to that. Mainly because it was more like Sunrise!
I’m a app whore. On my ipad I download every free app in the app store. Regardless if I want it or not. Try most of them and delete most of them. Almost every single app becomes free at some point throughout each year. Of course once you download it its yours forever. I probably own half the app store by now.
I’m not familiar with any of those, @parks_daniel. Could you tell us in a couple of sentences what each is for and why you like it? A few details are always more interesting than a list with no information.
What a piece of crap that is. It’s been driving me nuts, especially lately. My phone slows way down almost every day, restarting doesn’t help because it remembers everything that was running but I do it anyway. And the other day, I restarted and got some message that said “Command not found” when my phone turned back on and was stuck on a screen with a dead android with red errors coming out of his chest. It eventually rebooted itself from that, but it was unresponsive during it.
I hate Lollipop so freaking much. It has been nothing but a headache since I got it and has made my phone unreliable.