In your opinion, what is the biggest sin that developers commit in their apps that are released on the Play store (without naming names etc)?
In my limited development experience (although a long time Android user) it is when apps get successful and the developers start to shoe-horn in as much content as possible. This tends to result in both feature and permission bloat, which for me spoils the user experience as performance usually suffers as a result.
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