- App users don’t want to pay for listening to the children’s surroundings.
- The app keeps parents calm.
- There are delays in location updates.
Why do we say this?
There is a distinct relation between the topics “pay” and “listen”. In almost 20% of the reviews where “pay” is discussed, the topic “listen” is also mentioned. The topic “pay” has an average grade of 2,81 / 5 while the overall average grade is 3,71 / 5. This makes “pay” a negative driver for the overall grade and the relation with “listen” signifies dissatisfaction with the price of the listening service.
Both the topics “peace” and “mind” have high scores. They are also connected to each other. The topic “peace” has an average grade of 4,68 / 5 and the overall average grade is 3,71 / 5.
Some app users complain about the delays in location updates. The topics “update” and “location” are related and “update” has a very low average grade. The average grade for “update” is 2,90 / 5 and the overall average grade is 3,71 / 5. It seems like parental stalking knows no limits and they just want as much information as possible.
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