A turkey call on the Apple Watch?
What about a baby’s call on a Google Glass?
These are just some of the problems facing Irish families that have complained about the app, which launched in Ireland in May and has yet to be officially launched in the UK.
The app has been dubbed the “suck it up Irish app” because it has been used to make several complaints about the Apple’s Watch, including one from a man who was asked to pay for a ticket to a concert by an Uber driver.
The man was upset that the Uber driver was using the app to make payments.
“I was looking for a ride for my family and I wanted to make sure that I was safe and I was using a secure app that I paid for, I wasn’t using my phone or using my smartwatch,” he told The Irish Guardian.
“It wasn’t like I was paying for a flight or anything like that.
I was just looking for some way to make my journey easier.”
‘A terrible experience’ A spokeswoman for the Irish Pay As You Go company told The Independent the app “does not make money”.
She said that in Ireland the number of people who use the app for booking and paying for journeys is very small and the app only allows a limited number of journeys per day.
“There’s always going to be a demand for it.
There are no guarantees in terms of when it’s available and there are no plans to change the service,” she said.
An Uber spokesperson said that the app was not available in Ireland. “
They have to pay €1,500 per trip, which is really not enough for the average family to cover the cost of travelling, it’s a terrible experience for the people using it.”
An Uber spokesperson said that the app was not available in Ireland.
“We have not seen a complaint about this app,” they said.
The company’s spokesperson said the app did not receive “any complaints about this product” but added that “the app has not received any complaints about it since launch”.
‘I’m angry’ An Irish woman from Dundalk, who does not wish to be named, told The Guardian that she felt “angry” and “sick” when she first saw the app on the Watch.
“When I first saw it on the watch I thought it was a gimmick,” she told The Times.
“But it’s not.
I can’t even believe it’s an Apple Watch app.
It’s so much better than any app on my phone.”
Another woman from Cork, who has also had a bad experience with the Apple Pay app, told the Irish Times: “I felt like I’m a criminal for using it.
I just want to use my phone, I want to pay with a card, I just don’t want to be using the watch.”
The app’s main issue is that the Watch is not compatible with the device itself.
“Apple Watch is a very big problem for us, because it’s really hard to make the app work with Apple Watch because Apple Watch doesn’t have a charger,” she added.
“If you don’t have Apple Watch, you don of course need a charger.”
Apple Watch support in the US is limited and Apple Pay is currently only available in the Apple app.
The Apple Watch has been widely criticised for its failure to offer an alternative payment option, which has prompted Apple to release new watchbands that are compatible with Apple Pay.
“Some people may be disappointed with the lack of a payment option in Apple Watch for a variety of reasons,” a spokesperson for Apple said.
But the company says the app will be “coming soon” and that “many Apple Watch bands will be compatible with our payment apps”.
“The Apple Watch is an innovative product, which brings new value to consumers and helps them to do more and save more money on their Apple Watch,” the spokesperson said.