A Glitch or Two

This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like | TechCrunch:

Siu is nonplussed though. He’s told me in the past that thorough QA testing makes Animoca’s apps retain users better because so many other Android developers do a bad job at it. Unlike iOS users who throw up their hands in frustration, write bad reviews and just leave, Android users tend to be delighted when they find apps that work even if they have a glitch or two.

So Android users are more tolerant than iOS users of crappy apps because more apps are crappy? Sounds great.

Collin Donnell @collin