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Originally Posted by ChSchuldiner I simply disagreed with your comment that you want a refund. I wouldn't buy a product that I researched that was, "missing features" or against my...
07-23-2011, 05:54 PM #21
07-23-2011, 06:37 PM #22
07-24-2011, 03:54 AM #23
I've received at least 4 refunds over the last 3 years from the app store. Anyone that thinks you can tell anything from " other peoples" opinions is very seriously misguided. This may be the reason almost every store in every county has return policies. Even companies understand that a full picture cannot be painted without on-hands use. I don't understand how you can even argue the point. Apple stores have on-hands displays and still allow return of the products. And yes, you can return an app. There is something to return. They could remove licensing. This would force you to repurchase the app if you wanted it later. Doesn't take rocket science. A no return policy really lends to dishonesty, knowing the purchaser is screwed once it is purchased..may lead(or has led) to very misleading info on app descriptions. Everything everywhere should have return options. If your product is quality, it would not affect you at all. Any misleading info then could be considered accidental. With no return policy, misleading info seems intentional.
I will also add, software can be copied. This may be the snafu. But having an ecosystem like the app store should allow a lot more control over that.I know Windows can be deactivated remotely. The app store is suppose to be "the future". Let's not allow the "Buyer Beware" mentality to rule that future.
Last edited by oddphone20; 07-24-2011 at 04:09 AM.
07-24-2011, 09:09 AM #24
"Mac OS X Lion works!" lol, just like the iPhone4 and finalcut pro x, let's not forget this is the first release and it is not bug free - so ummm no it doesn't work. Try and do a clean install - oh wait, darnit I can't because "it just works!" oh hold up, I bought a copy of the same code and it should work with my hardware along with my other apps because I made sure I checked the minimum requirements and the software compatibility list. Obviously, you've never upgraded anything without problems in your life. Look at what happened to EMC on launched day, they had server issues because "Lion just works" =)
"It just works!"
Yes, you just keep telling yourself that buddy, "it just works" because Apple said so. I guess Apple can get you to believe anything they say. Lol!
I like Unix, that works. Mac is Unix with a pretty face. Umm yes I did get a mac because of the pretty colors and that was my deciding factor to go with mac rather than with ubuntu. Lion has ditched their pretty colors.
Yes, software can be returned. Just like you will when you decompose.