[Classic] Weekend Poll: Do you use a custom launcher on your phone?

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Probably the single most appreciated aspect of Android is its capacity for extensive customization, and many first dip their toes into those tailor-made waters with a custom launcher. It’s been six years since we first asked this question, and we’ve come back to it regularly. But it’s time to ask it again: Do you use a custom launcher?

Every once in a while we like to revisit the same subject as an earlier poll, just to see how opinions may have changed.

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What features would you like to see added to AirPods? [Poll]

A Bloomberg report today offered early details on what Apple has up its sleeve for the new generation of AirPods coming this year. The report highlighted that this year we can expect ‘Hey Siri’ support, while water resistance is also on the roadmap for a later date.

What features would you like to see added to AirPods?

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Weekend poll: How do you feel about the changes to Snapchat?

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Snapchat may not have the widest audience compared to social juggernauts like Facebook, but there’s a core of users that have stuck by the service even as competitors like Instagram integrated similar features. Of course, we’ve been more than a bit critical of Snapchat and it’s terrible Android performance over the years—late last year the company promised to (finally) make an effort on the platform. But over the last week, Snapchat has been rolling out a controversial new redesign.

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Weekly poll: what’s the ideal weight for a phone?

We often argue about ergonomics at the office – hard to grip screens with curved sides are the usual talking point, especially when it comes to one-handed use. But recently we started thinking about weight. Have phones become too heavy? Typing is the biggest problem – the keyboard is at the bottom of the screen and you need to reach from the left side to the right side. This means you hold the lower half of the phone and you don’t grip the phone securely (because then you can’t reach the farther edge of the screen). There are plenty of phones that weigh 200g – iPhone 8 Plus, Galaxy…

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Weekly poll results: most people change phones every two years

Most people upgrade their phones every two years – half the voters in our poll do just that. It makes sense, most carriers lock you into a 2-year contract. And even if you buy a phone SIM-free, most phone makers are on a tick-tock upgrade cycle. You know how it goes – iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 7… well, the iPhone 8 is 7s in all but name. Then there’s the Galaxy S6 – new design but with issues, which the S7 fixed. The Galaxy S8 brought a new design and in a couple of weeks, the S9 will refine it. Then there’s a nearly even split between people who change phones every year and those…

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