Never Use it
Came with the phone and doesn't uninstall easily.
We all know, setup your Yahoo mail account in email apps is not possible. Yahoo want's to sell you a pro account for this pop3 option. The only way to read you Yahoo mails with an mail app is the Yahoo mail app.
This app is nice and easy to use. You can even set up more than one Yahoo mail account, but the app loads all pictures in an email and you can't edit this option in the setting... So all the spam mails working with pictures to validate you mail account will have an easy job...
Totally a "no go" for me...
This app also don't work on a tablet... Sorry Yahoo, please update this one asap and you will get a new review!
This app sucks and heres y..... I'm a cab driver for the city of Pittsburgh so nav. is very important in finding someone's house. It force closes all the time after it freezes mostly when I'm on the phone with customers.
I really, really wish these devs would stop saying their app is for for tablets (or "pads") when they're actually only making it for Honeycomb. Most Android tablets are NOT on Honeycomb, so this is really disappointing. Just SAY it's for Honeycomb tablets only if that's what it is, and quit it with the tablet teasers.
This app gets 1 bar not because the app itself stinks, but because the market description is deceptive. You can't even download this to a brand-new 7" Galaxy Tab with the latest Gingerbread. DESCRIBE YOUR APP PROPERLY, DEVS!
If this app could deliver it would invaluable for business professionals on the go with their Android device.
However on my HTC EVO this app has failed pretty spectacularly. Everything from misreading the name, phone number, or the business name on the card to just plain not taking a scan. I’ve spent more time correcting the information that it tries to save than just entering in the info myself.
I have this on my PC and love it. On my phone it blows. Doesn't fill anything in. Difficult to use...I spent more time trying to figure it out than I did on the website I needed it for. Uninstalled.
Just can’t decide where to eat? Yeah I have that problem too and this app has saved the night quite a few times. It’s also been very helpful when I’m looking at a new place to shop or looking for movers. Yelp is a great resource for the conscious shopper and this app is no exception.
That being said in a recent update this app wanted access to my contacts and as a techie person I find that very unsettling. I have since uninstalled it from my phone. Looking forward to the day that this app doesn’t try to access my personal data to help me find a place to shop, eat or spend my money.
This app has a lot of potential, but I would not consider it as a finished product. The pages are reasonably responsive if you are walking around a museum and have a few hours to spare. Also there do not seem to be the same connectivity issues that plague the MoMa app. However, I did not get an impression of a solid and finished product. Here is a list of the issues that I ran into.
-1 It takes 1-5 minutes to load the initial screen, the one with the pretty light posts. That is ridiculously unacceptable for a front page that has one image and a couple of links. This app apparently does not cache the content it loads, so if you close it accidentally (see 3rd point below) you will have to open it up again and wait for another 5 minutes.
-1 On the Tour tab, the virtual keyboard never pops up after clicking in the "enter code" field. This renders the tour tab useless.
-1 Pressing the back button exits the app instead of going back to the previous page. I just did it and now cannot load it again.
-1 None of the links and buttons provide visible feedback to the user. These are just like image links without any interactivity. You click on something and you never know if the app registered it, so you end up clicking it again.
Overall a very poorly designed app. Certainly would not expect this from a major museum. I would have thought they knew design, including UI design.
This app should have never been created, let alone launched as a featured app in Android Market. The reason is simple, it does not work! Apparently MOMA signed up Shawn Van@Walking Productions to create this piece of garbage(1). On his homepage he claims to be an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Communication in NYU who teaches classes in technology(2). I certainly am not going to take any classes from this amateur in any foreseeable future. MOMA got its reputation significantly tainted by publishing an untested app. Here are my main issues wit this "product":
1. Takes 1-2 minutes to load every time
2. Clicking on ANY menu item causes another 30-45 sec download.
3. Clicking the back button causes it to download again.
4. Once in a while shows "Internal Server Error" pages
1 - http://www.moma.org/explore/mobile/faq
2 - http://www.walking-productions.com/shawn.html
I LOVED handcent until last update.5 Stars before. Now I cannot send ANY pics... Can I undo last update. Please fix or I need to uninstall and move along.
Really? If this is all you can put out than either hire someone to do it well or don't do it. The app logo is a plain white square that says "news". App takes forever to give you the limited information, you'd get more information and a lot quicker by just going to the site
You are asked to inhale and exhale over and over again as the focus of this app is on using the breath to become calm. She gives some does and donts that interfere with the relaxation process for me.
I really really really wanted this app to work properly. It sounded like the ultimate productivity app and one that I could really use.
Unfortunately even though this app claims to be specifically made for the new tablets it will not open on my Galaxy Tab 10.1. Force closes every time. That’s a little sad for a paid app, and I hope they figure out how to remedy this so that I can give it another try.
If you already know how to do yoga, the cute drawings will guide you through various poses. Without pose descriptions, you cannot learn beyond what you already know.
So this app is basically a one level "touch this picture" game.
Supposedly you're punching Jamie Carragher and getting revenge with Manchester United fans.
A bit too simple for my liking and this one will be uninstalled.
This app would have scored higher if the good cause that it's proceeds go to was listed in the app itself.