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Nov 30, 2013, 4:23:59 PM via App
Nov 30, 2013 4:23:59 PM via App
I recently Installed the L.O.C App from this website. And everything was just fine. App performed great! But then I found that I needed to update the App. Well it seems the in order to update this App? I have to do it using Google Play Services? But in my case I am using an Android Based Tablet? And do not have access to Google Play Services? So my Question is why is it that you advertise and give the ability to download these Apps? But yet do not posses the Necessary means to update it? Or the ability to keep the app performing correctly as so the user of whom downloaded it! Can continue to use it? I mean this site makes it so that we the App users, Can download the app from within the Android Pit App site? But when it comes time to Update that App? The user finds themselves at a standpoint? Because the site they downloaded that App from? Does not posses the proper abilities? Need to do so? SO All in all? I guess what Android Pit is really trying to say here? Is that we the users just put months of our time into whatever App that we the users were using! But now we the users have to uninstall the App because the developers of the Android Pit App Store! For some reason? Have not come up with the Necessary means or the ability To update Apps for Android Based Tablets So that we the users might continue to play the App we love so much! And have devoted countless hours of our lives to using? So I guess what Android Pit is really trying to tell us? Us the users? Is hey you can play these Apps on your tablets for a few months? But when it comes time that an update is needed? you will then have to uninstall it wasiting all the time and effort that you the user have put into that App! All for the fact that the site you downloaded it from did not mention the fact that it does not posses the Necessary means it needs to update the Program file in order to continue using it! Well I'm sorry but that to me as a user! This is not cool! Not ok! And needs to be addressed!
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