Subject: Re: Do you see any advantage of Pinta freeware over Paint.NET screenshot-editing?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, ultred
> > it's not atrocious at all. in fact, it works exceptionally well.
> Except it's the canonical definition of bloatware and it doesn't even work
> in the real world.
there is no bloatware to draw arrows or edit screen shots on a mac or
ios for that matter.
> > on ios devices, it's even easier than on a mac, something android can't
> > do without a lot of clumsy workarounds.
> You play your silly child-like games trying to make a Pinta versus
> Paint.NET thread into an iOS versus Android fiasco.
> On Android, you just plug in the phone. That's it.
> You slide files back and forth. That's it.
> It just works.
> There's zero need for non-native software on either the phone or the
exactly the same as ios, except you don't need to plug in an ios device
to transfer files.
> You can claim that the iTunes abomination is "better" but you can't claim
> that it works in the real world, nor that iTunes isn't the canonical
> example of bloatware.
once again, get it through your thick fucking skull, itunes is not