Apple is slowly but surely making its way into the Google Play Store and Android fans are none too thrilled about it. Last month, you might recall that Apple’s Move to iOS app was bombarded by negative 1-star reviews from people who seemed downright offended by Apple’s mere presence on their precious app store.
Recently, Apple released its second Android app to date, a companion speaker app called Beats Pill+ for the company’s recently released Beats Pill+ speaker system. And much like its initial foray into the Google Play Store, the negative reviews for Apple’s latest effort are coming in fast and furious. At the time of this writing, the app has an average rating of 2.1 stars with 170 1-star reviews.
Here we have two reviews, one which criticizes Apple for not making the app compatible with the Nexus 5 or 7 and another review which trots out the same tired line about Apple users being iSheep.
Some more niceties.
Interestingly, some reviews of the app took a more reasoned approach and even went so far as to call out reviewers who were blindly giving the app a one-star review simply because it came from Apple.
All we’re saying is that if you’re gonna be bashing Apple, at least have a sense of humor about it, like these guys.