Some modern cars come with their own "app stores". I've been avoiding them, but recently decided to try one app that's heavily pushed: Aha.
So, they say "your car comes with free Aha service. No explanation as to what it is, but hey, it's free.
Googling leads to a "What is Aha?" page. Great, they actually thought about people who just want to understand what the product is. Let's see → aharadio.com/what-is-aha
It's amazing how much non-information this page contains. Several paragraphs of text and I still have no idea what Aha is.
"No matter where you go, you’ll never miss a beat.".
Well, okay, that doesn't mean anything.
"Everything you love on the web. In your car. On your phone. Synchronized, seamless and oh-so-very easy to use."
Everything I love on the web is already on my phone. It's called "the web". Is it a web browser?
"Aha on your phone."
"The Aha experience starts on your phone with the app. Easily access and organize your favorite content from the web into personalized, live, on-demand stations. Then take them with you wherever you go."
Hmm... so, it's radio stations? Like, music and stuff? I have that already.
"Aha in your car."
"Once you get the app and organize your stations, Aha syncs the experience to your car. The in-dash, easy-to use interface makes finding everything you love as safe and easy as the turn of a radio dial."
WHAT? What are you trying to say?! What experience? What's "everything I love"?
SYNCS THE EXPERIENCE WHAT?!
Please, please, can a human being explain this shit to other humans beings? This page was written by a primitive neural network trying to pass the Turing test with a 5 year old judge damn it.
You're not helping.
"Listen to groundbreaking TED Talks from the world's leading thinkers and doers."
I can already do that with the TED app.