So Just What Is The Ideal Refund Window for the Android Market? [VOTE NOW]
Since last Friday’s announcement of an overhauled Android Market, we’ve heard (and seen) plenty of complaints about the new return policy. Many of you feel 15 minutes is simply not long enough to download an app/game and decide whether or not it’s worth keeping. To Google’s credit, the new rating system and features being integrated into the Market should cut down the buyer’s remorse. Being able to see YouTube videos, additional graphics, recent changes, and more should lessen the number of people walking blindly into a download.
So, what is the ideal return window for the Android Market? If not 15 minutes, then what? Vote in the poll below and tell us what you think Google should have opted for instead. After that, jump to the comments and argue your point. Why did you pick that particular time frame?
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