Other instances of Dynamic Perspective are downright annoying.
Take Auto Scroll, which moves the text on your screen as you tilt
the phone back and forth. Because Auto Scroll calibrates its
scrolling speed according to how you’re holding the device when
you first load up an article, your brain will struggle to find a
set rule about how much to tilt to get the right speed. Often
I’d scroll too fast or too slow.
Worse, if you put your phone down on a table while you’re in
the middle of an article, the scrolling goes haywire and you
lose your place. The best thing about Auto Scroll is that you
can turn it off.
If Mayday is the phone’s best feature, they have a problem.