There is an easy way to get $50 off the Moto G4, it's still a member of Amazon Prime.
It'll just cost, your eyeballs.
Your eyeballs looking at the ad status.
So, how bad is it really?
Because it's sounds awful.
I have an idea, let's take those Moto G4 and play Spot the ad.
There it is on the lock screen window notifications are present.
And there it is taking up the lock screen when there aren't any notifications.
But I can swipe it away so it's gone in a second.
Amazon says that it will target ads based on buying behaviours but these ads won't get too personal or embarrassing if someone else buys her screen.
I do get some Amazon app Preloaded on my home screen, but I can swipe to remove those and if I swipe over again to another screen, I see this other ad widget but I can delete that too.
So basically, the only ad I see appear on my home screen and most of them are the size of a notification, maybe a little bit bigger.
Also the ads only open when I double tap them.
So they don't really bother me too, too much.
I can think of a lot of other things I can get for $50.
But if I wanna save some cash, this is actually a pretty decent deal.
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