Suddenly, in my timeline, I'm getting this suggested apps thing. It's a horizontal scroller, bunch of apps for Android from what I can tell. Each card has a X in the top right hand corner. That suggests I can dismiss the card, right?
Nope. It just opens the card as a tweet. That seems to be an actual case of deliberate UI bait and switch.
Even better, if I then block the card the damn twitter app crashes. Every single time.
Sleazy. Just plain sleazy.
And, of course, I can't even properly document it on Twitter because few characters.
Keep still has a long way to go to be really useful, but this makes it better.
This really fucks things up when you try and share a couple of images with something like Dropbox to make them available elsewhere.
Remember the days when Google was all loud and up-front about developer support? I kind of miss that Google. To much that's now drowned out by their bad decisions.
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