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Tata Sky blunders – Shows iOS interface on Samsung Android Phone in its new Ad

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TataSky has launched a new app for all smart phones which features Social Network, TV Remote as well as allows users to share what they are watching at the moment. For showing off this app TataSky made a TV commercial featuring Aamir Khan and some others making a cool advertisement. The screen play of the advertisement is pretty good but there is one glitch!

TataSky has demonstrated the Android app on a Samsung device with an iOS user interface!

That’s the biggest “FAIL!” from TataSky till now. I have no idea why they did not use the same operating system which Samsung Phone features! Android would have been better since it’s open source. Merging a device designed for Android with iOS from Apple is total careless and completely open to ridicule, esp among the geek crowd!.

In spite of all this the advertisement clearly mentions “*Available on the iTunes App Store. Coming soon on Android.” at the end of the advertisement.

Have a look at this picture, The phone is designed by Samsung it could be Galaxy S II, Galaxy Ace or Galaxy SL but the user interface is Apple iOS.

Have a look on the advertisement from TataSky

Ahem … this is not what we would expect from a company like Tata Sky. If Tata Sky personnel thinks that Indians are so dumb that they can get away with anything they are highly mistaken!

I fear, Apple developers might get the impression that someone has cracked their iOS and ported it on Samsung manufactured Android phone. 😉

Tsk, tsk … Tata Sky!

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Vinz9786

    August 15, 2011 at 7:48 AM

    listen buddy, tatasky people will always have the app developed by them earlier than you n me coz they r the developers.. its as simple as that.. there’s no blunder in doing that.. it will definitely be a beta app that they are showing in the commercial.. its amazing to see how quickly people react without thinking.. 😉

    • Varad Choudhari

      August 28, 2011 at 6:36 AM

      you looked over the article in totally wrong way its not like that. I’m not doubting on their app, the place where they went wrong is in the advertisement. They showed “iOS” developed app on Samsung phone (Android)

  2. Rahul

    August 9, 2011 at 6:01 PM

    HI.. 😀

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