Of Unacademy and that free phone: Death by Android Fragmentation..Or.

So a user wasn’t able to use Unacademy app because the Android version on his phone didn’t support the app.

» Guess what? Unacademy sent him a new phone.

Qn: Is this an example of a bad fragmentation of Android (and speaks of frustration which Unacademy team is going through and have given up on solving for such edge-OS-cases).


A case of well-funded company taking shortcuts (to win the short-term PR love)?

PS: I love open perspectives and won’t really appreciate it if you are judging the intent of this post.

The intent is to understand..the intent.

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