The Lemon Ocean 5 is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4.2. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4" 480 x 800 px display, 1 GHz processor, and 2 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
The game is great but if I put my phone horizontal, the moto turns left, so to go straight I have to rotate the phone a little to the right. I couldn't find any option to calibrate that.
I never liked game apps, but then I found Solitaire. The rest is history. I really enjoy the daily challenge.
Slow, very poorly optimised. Drains battery extremely fast and usually doesn't even get the job done. There isn't an option to select the time period you want the chat history to display for, so it just floods your phone with 30 MB of chat you don't need. Clear the app data - the whole chat re-downloads once you log in again, lagging everything. Waste of an app. My skype is now taking up 300 MB on my phone, just from the chat history. No update logs.
Game never starts, hangs after loading 36%......... started 7-8 times,why don't developers remove bugs..........
I love this game. I've bought it and some of the extras more than once. Why only three stars? Since April 6th, it's used over 580 MB of my data plan. I'm certain it's from downloading video ads for other games. I paid already! Stop the ads, or at least only download them over wireless. There's no permission to stop this either. Only for storage. Great. Instead, of paying for downloading a useless video once and caching it, I can pay every time! Latest version crashes whenever I quit it.
I think the new update has taken away some of the emergency features it initially provided. The older version used to get terminated when phone was locked while the app remained open; hence, on unlocking no one could see my vault. This doesn't happen now. Also, if I went to the home screen directly (without formally pressing the back button to get to the home screen) and then again click on the audio manager icon, my vault would open without asking for password (which didn't use to happen earlier).