Actually, they absolutely should. That quote couldn't be more incorrect from a business stance. I'm actually amazed you can't comprehend that simple concept, and it sheds a lot of light on your previous posts.
No, they shouldn't create everything anyone or a group of people clamor for. For example, I would love to see interactive video game type stuff in HD which would allow me to "see" the game being played right on my computer screen. However, this would take a great deal of resources to make happen, and it wouldn't be a good use of those resources. So while it would be nice, it probably should not happen.
Not everything that would be nice in the minds of some is a good use of resources. I'm amazed you can't comprehend THAT simple concept.
I hold to the statement that the way you use the Internet is simply inefficient because you are too reliant on the computer.
There are two problems with your statement:
First, my being "too reliant on the computer" is no different from your being "too reliant on mobile browsing". The logic is applied the same, so this statement effectively means nothing.
Second, the computer is much more efficient for using the internet. It's faster in most cases, it has more capabilities, and it has a much larger screen for viewing more and easier. The ONLY advantage of mobile browsing is the "mobile" part - something laptops and especially tablets are also adept at and are much better for. Really, internet on the cell phone is something that is nice in a pinch but is so inefficient it should be a last resort.
If you don't like it, don't download the app... though you likely couldn't on a flip phone anyhow.
What I have a problem with is WIS wasting resources on an app when there are better things to use those resources on, such as improving game play.
Whether I could download the app on a flip phone is irrelevant since I don't have the internet on the flip phone anyway.
you probably shouldn't even care to post on this topic as you wouldn't have an option to download a WIS app if one were available anyway.
I DO care about this topic because, as I already said, I'd rather WIS not waste resources on things like apps that could be better used on other things like game play.
That's something you wouldn't know if you didn't have one of your own, so your description of how inefficient smartphones are is based on limited knowledge of how to operate them in the first place.
So then tell me:
Can I view all the web sites and other materials on your smart phone the same way I can on my computer? Is the screen just as big? Is the connection speed just as fast?
If you answered no to any of those questions, then it's not more efficient.
If you disagree, please tell me how your phone is supposed to be more efficient than my computer in any way. The only one I see is its smaller size which makes it a bit easier to transport, but even that is really not much of an advantage over my laptop.