Let’s dive into this software review article and see if we can find anything useful, OK!?
Without further ado – moving away from thinking technology didn’t go as I had planned.
It appears it’s my other niche. So, I decided to put this software review here. I’m not going to pretend (I’ve been wanting to say that for sometime now) I know the best of mobile technology or use large techno-babble words to tell you what I feel about this app.
I’d rather have you read the review and take away just a byte of information from it, if at all possible.
~ all links are provided and the end of this review ~
The mobile app (application) I’m talking about is “Geek.”
Geek came across me while I had the Facebook app open on my smart phone. (Portable hand-held cellular computer, if you will.)
See that, I’m writing like you know what I’m saying.
Oh yeah, I think technology. It won’t go away.
Back to the review.
With the Geek app get trending products at 50-80% OFF what you would pay at your local stores. Get the smartest deals on headphones, watches, speakers, phone upgrades, car accessories, and electronics directly on your phone. They go directly to the manufacturers to get you the best deals on stuff you want.
Shop smart and they’ll take care of the rest.
I gave it a chance. I purchased a gift card. Which by the way, you have to use quickly or the money will go away. Another time for that, perhaps. The gift card was a way of not providing any online banking accounts I may have or may not have on the web.
The first item I was attracted to was this “Transcend Two Terabyte Flash Drive.”
The day was October, the 6th of the year 2016.
Knowing the item could take a month to receive, I placed the order.
Too much my surprise the item arrived October, the 25th.
Great I thought, I can now move files I no longer wanted on my hard drive, they are in the cloud.
Upon proceeding to move the files, everything appeared as if thing’s were normal. It took three days to move about 150 gigabytes. At night I put the desktop computer into hibernation,
and resumed the transfer the next day.
When all was said and done. I navigated my way to the files with the “File Explorer in Windows.” None -but- twelve of the files were there. And I lost the original files. Big bummer, I thought. A week later I formated the Transcend 2 TB flash drive. I know, it’s not recommended you format flash drives, but, heck I didn’t want to lose the potential capacity if it was really there. Starting fresh, I have files stored on it now. Windows informed me I needed to scan disk it. (little play with words there.) I did so. The device is working properly now. Wouldn’t you believe it, the flash drive only cost, nine US dollars, plus the shipping cost. So far, I have yet to find out if its going to limit me the claimed capacity level.
Now, I must tell you that for us here in the US, we have to be careful what we order with the Geek app. And that reason is, the products bought through the company of the app Geek is providing you products from the country of China. This is a big concern to many Americans, as it is reported a lot of Malware, Spyware, and Virus’s are associated with tech products coming out of China. I haven’t had any monetary issue’s with the app.
Two items I ordered were late as indicated by the delivery date.
Using the apps notifications, I pushed through contact support and received a refund for the items that were late upon arrival. ( I have those items now, delivered 3 or 4 days after) It wasn’t that hard to navigate through the issue with the app. About 7 minutes per item.
The best item I ordered was a bluetooth speaker.
$24.00, Portable bluetooth 4.0 speaker Boombox.
And it can charge your phone. As long as it is charged of course.
It has a battery life of well over 8 hours, according to my home use standard. I could give the complete specs -but- I’m trying to move on with this review of the Geek app.
So yeah, let’s talk about the Geek app. Do I suggest it, recommend it, or think it’s not worth your trouble.
Well, I can tell you this. It’s all a matter if you want to take a chance. I did, and thus far, have a had minor discrepancies. However, the last item I ordered I’m still waiting for, which I was given a delivery date of December the 11th. That’s today. A Sunday. USPS doesn’t move the mail on Sunday here in the US. Geek informs us it can take 5 days after the delivery date is not met for the item to arrive. All I have now, is to wait the additional five days, before I react with the app on my phone. By the way, they are on the web via your web browser.
Oh by the way, don’t blame me if you get hooked on this app. I’m just providing my review.
I hope you’re enjoying reading this as much as I did writing it.
This review is only to inform and not to promote and or destroy the said 3rd party here-in.
Nor is this review to conflict actions upon any said country or empire’s.
So now what it comes down to, can I Provide any further opinion about the Geek app, personally? I’d have to say no!
I navigated the web and mined the most prevalent links to provide here.
Thus, making it much easier to connect to the source of the company provider, in this case that entity would be Wish Inc.
Now if you want to get in on the conversation, just drop your comment in the comment box, it that’s easy.
Over at the Google play store on the Geek app page, you can find user comments/ratings, here is one of those comments.
“I have used this app to make purchases for small cheap items over the past year with little to no issues. There are many items available and as you use it the suggested items will be similar to your searches so it shows you relevant items. You can also select several categories to view items. The app is quick and is very easy to use. Everything is from China and mostly shipping can take a month but if you have any issues they will be handled quickly. The app also follows up on orders that are taking an unusually long time to arrive and gives you the option to wait or request a refund.”
It’s all up to you now. As I stated above, here are the links to the Geek mobile app.
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