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At the time of filing the story, the app has got almost 50 ratings, at an average of 3. More than half of the reviewers have given the app only one-star. The reviews on the Play Store range from downright funny to mean.
One user wrote, Doesn’t work as advertised I left my Benadryl in the other room so I downloaded this app with hopes that it’d use its Bluetooth or cloud services or whatever to fetch it for me. It did no such thing. One star. Another user wrote a review on similar lines Did not cure my flu like symptoms. What kind of a pill is this?
I called tech support and Dr. Dre was extremely rude to me. I think he might not even be a doctor, another user wrote.
Unlike the first app, there were users who came out in support of Apple, and the fact that it is launching apps on the Android platform. They wrote positive reviews, and gave the app 5-stars.
Unfair ratings I’m going to give this app five stars only because of the fact there are people still complaining that apple is on the Google Play Store now. Be more mature, I know that you all don’t like apple products and that’s fine, but you don’t have to go out of your way and immediately dislike everyone of them, one user wrote. You guys can t get enough of making fun of Apple on the Play Store. You guys need to grow up and a get a life excluding trolling, another user wrote.
While Apple launched its first Android app in September, this is the first time that the company has launched the Android and iOS versions of an app simultaneously. The trolls and bad reviews doesn t seem to be deterring Apple, which is reportedly readying Apple Music for the Android platform as well.