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Android GTA V iFruit app: release stupidity

The Android GTA V iFruit app release delay is now starting to wear thin for gamers hoping to make use of the app on their Android devices, and is now looked upon as sheer stupidity. We are not surprised to hear anger has started to set in because they are unable to get the most from the game, as iOS users can.

iFruit is a way to help enhance GTA V because you can take control of your dog, customize your car and so much more, so imagine you are an Android user and unable to use these features, you are bound to feel frustrated as well. They do have a point because they have invested into the game as well, yet they are not getting the full benefit of the game.

Okay, we can fully understand if there are a few issues with the Android version of iFruit, and so need to be resolved, but patience will surely be running thin by now because of the long way. The thing is, Android is easier to develop on so why are there bugs in the app and not on the iOS version?

Rockstar need to show their support for Android users and offer them an added feature just for waiting so long. We have heard from some people saying what about those who do not have a smartphone, they are also in the same boat as Android users, although they will never get access to the Grand Theft Auto 5 companion app. We are not too sure what we think of that because all the people we know with the game has a smartphone.

How do you think Rockstar can make it up to Android users having to wait for iFruit? If you are still upset by this delay, and feel the need to take your anger out on GTA V, then why not take advantage of the property glitch.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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