A lot of Apps need you to buy a subscription, which doesn't bother me since I know what I'm getting. There are a number, however, that will not work unless you have a cable provider. Excuse me, but if I got rid of cable because I didn't want to pay for all those hundreds of useless channels, why would I want to pay for cable in order to get one or two Apps for which I will need to then pay for a subscription. So, guess which Apps I can live without?
When you hit middle age you really only have two choices: you can get fat and lazy until you roll over and die, or you can can get off your ass and do something, like maybe ride a bike.
I've also been told I have little tact, so if this offends you simply ride on.
Friday, November 18, 2016
Apps olutely irritating
So I have a Smart TV. It access the Internet. It's a Sony and Sony gives you so many Apps. I have access to Play Store, which lets me add other Apps. I also have got myself an Amazon Fire which gives me access to more "TV" Apps. I was pleased to see that the Amazon Fire gives me access to NBC Sports. You see I have a yearly subscription to the NBC Sports App on my laptop since they show many the the cycling races. Sounds good right? Wrong. You see the 2 are not connected. The App for the TV only gives you highlights. I can't sign in with my password and "watch a race." If I want to watch cycling, I have to connect the laptop to the TV. Ain't that a bitch?
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It's all too much ... apps and such.ReplyDelete
I try to keep them limited, especially on the phone where they can juice you dry in a couple of hours.Delete
I have a 30 year old tv that I never watch (spouse does). no apps necessary.ReplyDelete
Wow... oh, that's right, you don't need a big screen to play games on the way I do.Delete