-Impressively well thought-out app; few, if any bugs.
-My favorite feature so far is the ability to get right to a photo/video attachment without needing to open the message.
-Message groupings look good.
-Desktop alert about an upcoming appointment just appeared, complete with map... nice!
-Material design is hawt.
-I was a bit confused in "Updates" to see tonight's appointment right under a message that had to do with something else entirely.
-Ultimately all the white space means fewer messages onscreen at once.
-Needs Google Apps integration, stat!
Summary: Inbox 1.0 is an exciting start; can't wait to see more.
It's an otherwise forgettable movie, but this scene between Williams and Philip Seymour Hoffman (also lost way too early) almost makes it okay. I found Williams' final line to be particularly powerful, and — apart from the entirety of Dead Poets Society — it's probably the moment in his career that seared me the most.
"I forget how young you are… you think you have to be a prick to get things done. And you actually think that that's a new idea."
Dead on. RIP, Robin.
When the battery life gets to the point where I can leave the device on my kitchen counter overnight without awakening to a dead bracelet, give me a call. I'll get the notification on my Sony Smartwatch 2.
P.S. I'd be even more excited if all these watches would get rid of those silly little cradles.
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