En voie de développement pour Android est comme étant un YouTuber (démonétisé)

En voie de développement pour Android est comme étant un YouTuber (démonétisé)

Developing for Android is like being a (demonetized) YouTuber

Avant d’acheter un smartphone pliable, il faut toujours voir les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les blagues tous les jours de manière confortable ?

en développement pour Android c’est comme être un YouTuber (démonétisé)


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5 réflexions au sujet de “En voie de développement pour Android est comme étant un YouTuber (démonétisé)”

  1. It also highlights why AI and Machine Learning are poor replacements for human interactivity. Could you imagine Google Duplex canceling a job interview with a DMCA claim.

  2. I can’t believe I’m saying it, but maybe it’s time I consider a switch to apple. It’s obvious that Google is both snorting something to become as fuckstupid and they no longer actually give a shit about users beyond what *they* think is ok and that’s an issue with me. I don’t need someone to tell me what to do and instead of building things intelligently that have safe defaults but allow people to make an informed choice about using them or not, Google is trying to make that dotting mother « tut tut you can’t use root » or « tut tut you can’t get rid of my shitware ».

    So maybe, just maybe it’s time I switch to an OS that did that shit from the beginning and at least made it so I can choose **some** things for my own damn self.

    Tldr; fuck you Google

  3. Excellent article, I agree with every word. I’m living in an android 7.0 world on my V20 and everything that comes after (except for password manager support in 8.0) is straight up *worse*.

    The hardware of newer phones is worse (sealed batteries, lacking headphone jacks, cutout screens, lacking IR blasters, etc.), and the software is a dumpster fire for anyone with slightly ‘advanced’ (read: basic computing) needs.

    I’m in the computing field and at this point, why should I even bother? If android is becoming a crappier version of iOS, then that’s where I should go.

  4. Yeah… I dont have a problem with any of those things. Restricting apps from switching my wifi and the others. Im totally fine with those from a security standpoint.

    I guess sell your APK on your own website and let people sideload it, or go to and even more secure and locked down platform (iOS) and see how that works out for you.

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