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It strikes me that these are both binary options. In that you can have closest OR cheapest as a sort and premium OR regular as a filter. Maybe you could find some sort of UI device that would allow the user just to tap the sort or the filter to switch each option to its binary opposite. "Premium would switch to "Regular" when touched once and ...


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Ultimately, this isn't something we can answer for you. The best approach is to ask the question of your users and get feedback about how important they feel it is. Then decide if it's worth the time and effort. However, I would say there is one key factor that can definitely support having a "themes" feature and that is branding. The apps you ...


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Showing the absence (unavailability) of a widespread and expected feature is clearer to the users, as extra legroom is a standard among airlines. It's also clearer that the app is working as expected. If the extra legroom legend is not shown, it prompts some possible questions from the user: Is the app working correctly, did something not load? Does this ...


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The first user who plays a course should do the manual work of entering the par and yards for each hole. The app should save it and remember its configuration. Every subsequent user should just tell the app which course they’re playing, and the app should find it and pull it up for them. If they want to edit their instance of the course, they can start with ...


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