The average Indian kid is stuck with a tablet.
And the average Indian teenager, if she wants to do her homework or study, has to download an app and type out a word in the app, instead of just typing it on a computer screen.
A lot of people in India do not have smartphones.
They have only tablets, laptops and desktops, and their parents don’t even own laptops, let alone a smartphone.
The biggest problem that we face is that the apps on smartphones are really bad, they are often riddled with typos and spelling errors.
I have found that on a lot of apps, you have to go through several screens to type a word correctly, and even then you have a lot more typing than you would if you were typing on a laptop.
In addition, the apps are not user-friendly.
I often get frustrated when I have to type words on the keyboard and don’t have time to type them out in the same sequence.
It is also not a good idea to rely on apps for all your daily tasks, as it can be very hard to get the word right, because it takes a lot time to look at each word.
If you need to go out for a run, a walk, a class, you will have to wait for a few minutes for the app to open.
I’ve even seen apps that have no real way to see what is being typed in a specific word.
So, the last thing you should do is rely on the apps that are on your phone.
The ones that are more user-friendly, such as Word, WordPerfect and Microsoft Word.
They are not terrible, but they are not what you need on your smartphone.
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