Are you in the Android clan?3 posts
Lover of good tech, be it Google, MS, Apple or anyone else
Would totally make sense… if RSS wasn’t the perfect delivery method on mobile!
Depends how you look at it. I only use Nexi, so this doesn’t really benefit me in an OS update sense. But by decopling apps from the OS, you can update them much more frequently, which is undeniably beneficial to users. And the fact is that Google does regularly update its apps between OS releases.
Contrast with iOS where I have to wait a year to get udpates for first party apps, and sometimes don’t get certain apps or features all together if Apple decides to arbitarily limit which device gets what.
Android updates are a complete mess but Google is doing what it can to circumvent the bottlenecks caused by OEMs/Networks. Of course there’s only so much that can be updated before you actually need a proper OS update.
I know it isn’t quite what you mean but this reminds of Mailbox. The way you can snooze emails till later is our pretty great as you can then just come back to them at some point in the future while still dealing with important mail quickly.
Otherwise, it surely wouldn’t be hard for Google to allow you to choose which inboxes (uodates/social/forums…) you want notifications for. In your case just Primary.
I can’t comment on how good they are, but I can safely assume that they’re pretty much irrelevant, no matter how good they are.
23 days ago on LG not working on a new Nexus device, teases tablet and non-Android smartphone (update) 1 reply 5 recommends
I was going to get a Pro account a few months back for the unlimited uploads but the problem I had was that the upload tool was just archaic. You had to individually choose photos instead of being able to just pick a folder. So while it was unlimited, the process was too time consuming to bother with. It seemed more about uploading your best photos rather than all your photos.
If the new app could auto-upload photos from your phone (like Dropbox) that would be a great start. I gave 500px a go but found it a waste of time as I couldn’t upload photos from my iPad or Nexus. I usually shoot on my NEX5 and then transfer the photos I want to my iPad/Nexus over WiFi. I hardly ever use my Mac so being only able to upload from it was pointless for me. At least Flickr gets this right!