Grubba, 12 Mar 2017This is definitely a welcome step in the right direction and couldn't come soon enough for peo... moreWhat do I mean by bloatware?
All the junk apps cluttering up everything and spoiling the whole experience of enjoying the internet.
AnonD-96463, 20 Jan 2017Google better start cleaning the play store which has million of junk apps.
Totally agree with you!
This is definitely a welcome step in the right direction and couldn't come soon enough for people who so dislike bloatware.
Thanks, rarely use it anyway. Don't care. Besides, there are 3rd party apps.
Don't understand why these technology companies always discontinue tried, tested and popular among people apps and replace them with some crap app in the name of better user experience and so called security.
For eg, replacing beloved google talk with google hangouts.
To be honest I don't understand what this article means. And what google want to do. Please anyone explain for me.
Google better start cleaning the play store which has million of junk apps.
Typical Google, leave the customers high & dry. Stop supporting their own products/lower versions and force them to update or repel them to another app altogether
AnonD-632062, 20 Jan 2017Yes it still works mostly fine. I use the last version that Google pushed before their brickin... moreQuickOffice > Docs, Slides, Sheets. Was a dumb idea to separate them. Biggest downside of them being their ridiculous individual size.
Docs 96 MB App + 70 MB Data
Sheets 129 MB App + 20 MB Data
The rest I didn't even install.
AnonD-625786, 20 Jan 2017It still works?Yes it still works mostly fine. I use the last version that Google pushed before their bricking update, and now I don't update the app in the PlayStore.
I have all of this app. Never used them. Dont care if it retired or disappeared. Thanks Google.