Chinese students have found a brilliant way to avoid homework


While the world is experiencing an outbreak of coronavirus, which claimed the lives of thousands of people, the children of their epicenter of these events have found a fun way to get rid of school homework.

As the virus spread in Wuhan, all schools were quarantined. The children were happy that for some time they would not have to attend school and do homework. Soon, an application called DingTalk appeared, which was designed so that students could get homework remotely, but this did not stop the children from breaking the system.

Somehow, the students found that if a sufficient number of users assign the program only one star, then it will be removed from the App Store. Immediately after that, a wave of low ratings hit DingTalk and in just one night the rating fell from 4.9 to 1.4.

The situation with the spread of coronavirus continues. Health organizations recommend washing their hands as often as possible, refrain from panic and try to avoid visiting crowded places. Recall, due to the epidemic, various large events were canceled, including MWC and Google I / O.

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