It still matters. Some of us choose to use the small screen Androids
(think Galaxy S3). I actually have a tag line at the end of my emails
sent from my phone about that. I don't usually make mistakes but have
made a few.
With aging eyes it is easy to miss something on a small screen. I'm
not interested in subsidizing a phone over several years so I buy mine
outright and use a prepaid carrier (Boost) and pay less than 1/3 of
what most pay every month for unlimited talk and text, and 2.5 gig of
data, which I never go over. I'll stay with the smaller screen.
It's not safe to assume everyone is using the same sized screen as you
are, just as I can't assume everyone is using a state of the art
Windows OS, Linux OS, or the latest MAC OS. There are plenty of people
out there still using Windows XP. Not a good idea, of course.
On Thu, 24 Aug 2017 19:31:56 +0000 (UTC), "Mark via Groups.Io"
I think it used to matter, when messages sent from a phone were composed on a tiny screen with poor resolution. It was a way of saying, "Excuse my mistakes, this is a quick reply on an ill-suited device." With the size and quality of the phone screens these days, I find it simply to be the person saying, "I am too lazy to take the time to compose a proper message so I am just going to blame it on my phone."The further a society drifts from truth the more it will hate those who
speak it. --George Orwell