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Praetorianus November 2nd, 2014 1:40am

If you use utility apps such as weather, calculator, science apps, do you prefer easy to use but few features/data (just does the job) or packed with features but may look cluttered or needs practice to use?

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slickspin Heart of Texas
11/03/14 8:20 am

I would have preferred a simpler question...I read it three times and still didn't get it....lol

bassic
11/02/14 9:42 pm

Cluttered apps, however cool and functional they are, eventually get deleted.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
11/02/14 12:49 pm

Simple and functional doesn't mean unsophisticated in this context. The spectacularly good Wolfram Alpha app is a great example of exquisite functionality in a very simple package. In general, doing just one thing and doing it very well is best.

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fredd TrumpLand
11/02/14 12:31 pm

I like small, lightweight, loads super-fast, no fancy backgrounds etc. A weather app may be "beautiful" etc but I can't be bothered waiting for it to load the beauty.

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gallae Michigan
11/02/14 12:45 am

I have an appreciation of both. Especially for my weather apps. I usually check my cluttered radar/temp/cloud cover/forecast app, but also am quick to check a beautifully designed, simple app called solar.

xx116xx Christian. Unashamed.
11/01/14 10:52 pm

I have OCD. I am a minimalist. I am a clean freak. Give me just what I need and nothing more.

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Praetorianus Fair enough.
11/01/14 6:42 pm

I want everything even if I am overwhelmed with data and use less than half the features ;)

TerryQuinn Stardust
11/01/14 8:02 pm

I download both :) I have a few calculator and weather apps. I use the basic ones on most days, but have the more complex ones on hand when I need more info (eg a major storm is approaching).