well, I won’t make an exhaustive list, but for example, the initial app suite, like Note, Contact. Pretty basics isn’t it ?
Well, in Note there is an syntax interpretation but due to the archaic version of Nextcloud Note that e.os uses (3.7 instead of the last 27.0 version (!)) there are tons of problem (I even made a topic where I contacted the nextcloud developer which said that can’t works).
Another really annoying thing, the Contact app. That a critical app because a smartphone still a phone, and you need your contact book perfectly functional.
I’ll tell you my recent story : my phone battery broke so I had to switch to my old phone (a huawei on google). My e.os phone could barely start so I was able to retrieve my contact book, synchronise it and transfer it on my huawei.
You could see my topic about it for details but, in brief : Contact doesn’t have “select all” option, and so you can’t change recorded option (on phone / on cloud), and so you can’t synchro your contact, it can’t merging contact, it can’t detect duplicate.
And even on the Murena Cloud, exactly the same. In one word, you can’t manage contact with e.os. That’s a huge problem for me.
Of course, there are tons of app that make the job (for note and contact especially) but in that case why should I use e.os and their cloud ?
Another inconvenient, is the magic earth app. That’s surprising good for a google maps like GPS app, really, but it can’t challenge maps. I tried OSM too, a very good map app too, but same
What’s more, my concern with e.os is that, because of the manufacturers’ programmed obsolescence (phones are replaced on average every 1-2 years by customers), they can’t be expected to finalize a working OS because it will be obsolete, they simply can’t keep up with the insane rhythm of the production market, which GAFAM are imposing. If they ever succeed, I’ll be back, but for the time being, as I said, I can’t be a beta tester on this one; I’ve got other, more concrete battles I’m already fighting in my life :-).
Well, that is longer than expected, sorry !