>file conversion on android requires internet
>uploading file, conversion, download
why is there no app that converts almost anything without internet?
Running software on the client side is a massive security risk.
All computing will be like this in 10 years from now.
The era of application software running on the client side is over.
Because computers were designed for data scientists, by data scientists, not dumb layman types who just want to look at funny cat pictures and upload drunk partying pics of their friends to facebook.
Stop trying to use your phone like a computer and buy a real fucking computer.
why are a lot of things written in an update-unfriendly structure?
Android sdk22 broke a lot of stuff, and there is a camera app that only functions on sdk22 and lower for no apperant reason
>implying data-scientists don't funny cat pictures
I see my phone as a small toolbox, it's quite powerful and does whatever the fuck i tell it to do.
How do you feel about people carrying leathermans?
Should they also stop trying to use it as a toolbox and buy a real toolbox?
Or is a leatherman a small tool suitable for light tasks and situations where a toolbox is inconvenient?
You wouldn't build a house with a leatherman.
Don't do heavy lifting on a phone, you'll be wasting your time looking for an android app that fits your exact use case only to find out the feature you need is locked behind a paywall.
Meanwhile on a computer, there's a million free software projects that can do what you need.
I wouldn't call file conversion heavy lifting.
You shouldn't use it for more than it can handle, mine can handle much so i use it for much.
And about the paywall, look closely at the OP pic, that apps gives you 2 credits and you can only get more by paying.