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By  Queenfaria  |  12

As a developer, I find this so annoying just because whenever something is launched - multiple platforms are always considered, especially if it's going live instantly. I completely get testing with one platform. But having working system that targets only specific users.. Really careless.

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By  Queenfaria  |  12

As a developer, I find this so annoying just because whenever something is launched - multiple platforms are always considered, especially if it's going live instantly. I completely get testing with one platform. But having working system that targets only specific users.. Really careless.

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  Kristoffer  |  28

My company develops employee apps for iPhone and Android. I'm actually in the beta program for two of those apps. They're useless to anyone but Swift truck drivers, but to us drivers they're quite useful.

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  Bunnyluver  |  20

That is true and I hate when a special privilege is put in place. However, that's probably how they save money. If everyone had an iPhone, they would have to wait longer and get less money on the spot. It really sucks...

By  LyricaSilvan  |  29

Guess you either have to bring your own food or always have cash. It sucks that the app is exclusive. I hate it when people do things like that. It's unfair to the percentage of people to whom those exclusions don't apply.

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  Guy1009  |  15

Yeah, but this is Apple exclusive currently, according to OP. Even Android users, with more current phones than OPs Blackberry, are getting screwed here.

By  may14th  |  26

Get with the winning team, hoe! No but really, who the hell still uses a Blackberry?

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  Kristoffer  |  28

Lots of people. When I went in to Verizon to get a new phone, they had a BlackBerry phone (at least one, possibly more). The one I saw was running Android, so it's not like a niche market anymore.

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