Thursday, August 16, 2012

The kind of comments I hate

What a "pleasure" to receive such comments on Google Play, like today about my app Easy Graph :

Phishing your contacts! Google please get rid of this app from your list. It tries to send my contact info to its server without asking!

Dear Wonyong, please tell me how the hell did you arrived to that conclusion ??? Show me an ethereal trace, or anything to try to demonstrate your lies. If you read this, just give me your mail so I can send you some friendly messages....

I enjoy receiving comments on Google Play, even bad ones, provided people say why they don't like my apps, so I can improve them (when I have time).

But I really hate these kind of comments, totally false and not argued. And I can't answer on Google Play ...


  1. Hey dude,

    Some times people just malfunction like that. Don't let it get you down. Maybe I can cheer you up too. I just started reading this book called "The Checklist Manifesto" after seeing some footage of an astronaut using a checklist in space. So to make checklists part of my life, I choose your app to help me, cause it's clean, simple, AND supports cloud syncing, which most checklist apps don't, cause it's probably a hard part of the app. So just paid the $2 for the ad-free stuff and looking forward to stabilized cloud syncing. Keep it up!

  2. Thank you very much ! :)
    Well I won't stop developing my apps for only one bad comment, but there the accusation was too serious not to react.

    Nevertheless, I got some 1 star comments concerning sync problem, and those are justified, I won't complain about that.

    I'm currently working on sync problems. No data is lost, but seems I don't handle user authentication correctly.