Who Is Going to Buy a New Chromebook
So, in short, I won't be buying a chromebook. I'll just stick with my Cr-48 and be happy with it.
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Being the fundamental applications delivery platform Chrome Web Store suffers from such problems as poor quality applications and inconsistent experience. It's not easy to avoid the first issue in the medium of open Web and in applications stores in general, so let's pass it by (some stricter supervision measures may apply here). The problem of inconsistent experience seems more vital and disturbing to me. For example, different games from the Chrome Web Store take you to some ugly sites where 40 per cent of screen estate is fulfilled with banners and ads and you play your game in a very small area. Other games and apps don't do that (e.g., Angry Birds). Another examples of inconsistency are apps that aren't really apps, but rather the websites. And I don't even mean YouTube or Facebook that may be classified as applications (considering the functional they grant), rather the absolutely simple sites. Is this an app: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/phfcibfj...? I don't think so.
So, I guess, I shall not buy the Chromebook. :)