Jesus. Just ditch the stupid Lightning connector already and join the rest of the world in 2016 with full USB-C support.
Google Play Music was by far the worst service. Regardless of the catalog, which was worse than Spotify or Apple Music, it had the worst apps. It didn’t even have a desktop app.
Hmm, I have Google Play Music, and I’m 100% happy with the content, the functionality and price of it. I don’t want videos or whatever other crap they are offering. I simply want the most available music for the lowest price, and I want my app to work every time I start it up. GPM has done that for me. I am not…
Goddamn that’s one UGLY service.
I wouldn’t say it’s “horribly” or “incredibly” slow, but it definitely performs worse than the old design on my aging work PC. Reddit’s recent redesign has the same problem.
Really? I’ve been using it on my personal account since it dropped and on my Gsuite edu account since it released there (few days ago) and haven’t noticed any slow down. Really surprised I haven’t heard anything from my fairly-large GSuite user base but I have no idea how many users have switched over.
It’s very fast for me. Upgrade your potato.
Interestingly enough, my workplace (public schools) just switched from Office 365 to GSuite, and I think it blows the doors off of Outlook 365 in terms of speed. Crazy that it could be faster...
Nope, not just you at all. It’s fancy but slow as molasses. I have a preview pane enabled. And once a message is selected, it takes full 5 seconds before it’s marked as read. And that’s just one example. There are at least 69 more.
Inbox is inherently different but the UI design I guess is the same/similar.
Not just you, but I don’t think it has to do with the animation. My guess is that it’s scanning past emails during the initial load, and if you’ve been using it a decade (like myself) that can be a considerable number. It’s quite quick with a fresh account.
I’m going to say yes because I didn’t even realize that’s what happened and I’ve noticed a slowdown.
How about the Ghibli version?
This is super helpful for me. I often times walk a bit watching the blue dot to get bearings.
Is a map really that difficult, the subway isn’t super complicated.
I’ll wait for the paperclip from MS Office Help
I remember getting lost in brooklyn at like 11 at night with a dead phone and needing to get back to jersey so i could be up early to drive back to ohio. ah my 20's
Its honestly adorable, just make it a VR pet/guide. Like some kind of video game creature it leads the way whenever you put down an address, it’ll remind you of things you need to do, round it out with an experience bar, and levels on whatever career path you have, and achievements.
What does the fox say?
“Turn left on Spring St”
The scan also revealed a clock in his stomach.