Well RollApp is a service targeted tors chromebook users if they want to use their web plugin for chromes via running software on their end server sided. Downfalls with this service is most things can cause random disconnections, bugs and issues with the actual service, and program failure issues.
Example RollApp has Gimp running as a service, Gimp is like photoshop but GNU GPL 2.0 licensed software, the software is really easy to use, but rollapp has massive delays with it kinda with the startup but then loads it up fast after, what it does is kinda weird, it connects to their servers and loads each window 1 by 1 with login information back & forth and appdata loading. The painting process works without lengcy issues but when it comes time to save your work, rollapp demands you pay to use their service to save to the cloud with no way to save to your local machine only to the cloud. This becomes a issue because the whole point of gimp is to create works, not view them like approll claims occasional users use in the free section.
It is $5.99/m, which rollapp charges for even the most simplest basic features of programs for. First when you go to save it asks for access to your web cloud storage, so it can "save to it", then it demands this fee, after gaining access to your cloud storage, which is the only method of saving your work it offers.
It is weird because I have lost connection to their service several times and painting still worked the only issue is when you go to the menu's to open up a new dialog window it would stop working, like it had to connect to the server for every sub window for some reason and make a connection for something that is clearly other wise working without connecting to their servers. This tells me my local machine is running all the read hard taskes in virtualization software with authetication processes causing delays.
This random disconnecting isn't just something that happens once in a while but rather every time I try to use it longer than a few hours. It isn't my connection as I have tried it on several other networks, and the same issue is repeated. For $5,99 to run a modified GNU GPL program that is locked up with DRM is terrible, just remote into a computer with gimp on it, google offers a remote desktop google extention all you have to do is enable it, only issue is you will have ping issues and delay issues due to connectivity even over a lan or wan connection due to chromebooks being wireless machines.