I just had a horrible business idea:
Yes, those scavengers DO annoy me. Especially when having a disclaimer in their footer, informing me that I received their offer because I subscribed to some mailing list.
Can't really recommend doing it this way, but sometimes you have no other choice.
Got some hilarious reactions. Gotta share.
We need to talk.
A reader asks:
Can Google delete apps from my Android smartphone?
Eh, yes, of course! There’s a push message and a mechanism for that implemented in the Playstore app. In case you find that surprising: how did you think Play would handle a cancelled payment for paid content? Return the money and let you keep the item?
In case the question was if you could buy an app, use Raccoon to download the APK to your PC, then refund, the answer is: yes you can do that (shame on you), most paid apps safeguard against this by performing an online license check.
Getting more emails from Indians these days wanting to sell me 5 star app reviews on Google Play. Curiously they are all using Gmail addresses for contacting me.
If you are offering to cheat the system (in particular one that’s known for scanning your communication), shouldn’t you use a communication channel that’s outside of the system?
With Android and Play, figuring out device compatibility is somewhat of a black art. Which really just is a nice way for saying 'the whole Android ecosystem is one giant compatibility hack'.
Why the hell is it taking so long?!