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  • IDE consumes too many computer resources; Thank you for being free

  • Installing a new version of the IDE or its components can paralyze the work due to inoperability; Some of the components of older versions that are necessary for performance testing on older versions of the API do not work;

  • Opening an application project that has not been opened for a relatively long time can freeze for a long time;

  • Chaos with the API; Poor documentation, forcing you to immediately go to stackexchange; The behavior of a support library component may differ from that of the base one;

  • Unnecessary complexity of changing the appearance or behavior of components; Material Design, with its visually indistinguishable components with huge empty spaces, requires a lot of time to change the appearance of components;

  • Trendy technologies and languages ​​are preferred even if the build of the program slows down, the size grows, the speed drops, and the benefits are not obvious;

  • The low qualification for publishing applications on the market, which, on the one hand, pleases, on the other, unfortunately, leads to a large number of applications of little use;

  • A published application cannot be deleted, only hidden; At the same time, even hidden applications must comply with all new publishing rules introduced;

  • Searching for an application by name in the market may not give the expected results;

  • Strange and often breaking recommendation system; It seems that the system is focused on the application icon and completely ignores the text of the description; And since she is not endowed with reason, the comparisons are the most bizarre;

  • Inadequate statistics; How can you delete 40 times with 20 installations?

  • Finally, they made the division of ratings by country, but there is still a problem with reading reviews in chronological order and in different languages; People seldom rate and write reviews anyway, so small apps have effectively lost their ratings;

  • Inability to understand where the customer came from to buy;

  • Why recommend the app to people from Asia if the app is installed by Europeans? Few people can make purchases from such countries, so it is not worth disabling publication for such countries, but a large flow of views from such countries leads to a low percentage of installs, which is why the system begins to consider applications not worthy of recommendations for display;

  • Frequently changing requirements for applications can lead to significant overhead or force the application to be removed from the market;

  • Notification of the timing of the introduction of new requirements may not leave time for adaptation of applications, forcing them to be removed from the market; Along with sometimes inadequate blocking, this leads to people being wary of app purchases;

  • Disabling regions from full access to the market does not increase the confidence of either developers or buyers;

  • Protection against piracy…;

  • Technical support is virtually non-existent, as well as the ability to resolve disputes; Only a big buzz in social networks can somehow help;

  • Programs become free add-ons to the core business, making it very difficult for independent developers to compete; And the very attitude towards programs has changed, they have become just an ordinary commodity;

  • People are dissatisfied with bloated and slower programs, but look suspiciously at small and fast programs;

  • Users do not want to rate and write reviews in the market, but thank the publisher of the pirate and rate it there; Maybe one of the reasons lies in the ability to do it anonymously? In general, users are less likely to share their opinions about programs; A thread about a program on a pirate forum can only consist of new version posts;

  • They give preference when choosing the one that has more reviews and installations, even if it looks crooked and askew; This in turn leads to an increase in the number of installations and so on in a circle;

  • A program can be bought for several tens of dollars, but a sale for 1 may not sell a single copy; In the latest version of the market, during the sale, the regular price is not shown at all, so it is impossible to understand that there is a sale;

  • The cost of ordering ads is so high that it doesn’t make any sense at current mobile app prices;

  • People often say that they are tired of subscriptions and are willing to pay more, but once; A price commensurate with the price of a similar application for a PC, hardly anyone is willing to pay. I wonder who manages to pay back the development in a reasonable time?

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