I occasionally use the Stack Exchange app for iOS when reading or answering questions on this site.
I hold the phone in my left hand and scroll with my thumb along the left side of the screen. This detail turns out to be important because I discovered today that my scrolling errantly triggered a vote on an answer. What is worse, it was a downvote on an answer I would normally upvote.
Unfortunately, I discovered the error just under an hour after the vote had been issued. By this time, attempts to change the vote result in an error message stating "You last voted on this answer 52 minutes ago. Your vote is now locked in unless this answer is edited."
Frankly, I find this feature a little disconcerting. While I can imagine the reasons behind the restriction--those reasons are not really important for this question--I am disappointed that I appear to have no anonymous recourse to change my vote.
Do I comment to the answerer an embarrassing: "Sorry, I have fat thumbs. If you'll waste your time making an unimportant edit, I'll remove my errant downvote?"
Do I shrug and sigh "C'est la vis" and hope that the community overthrows my errant vote with a tide of upvotes?
Or do I take it to meta?
Well, here I am. Do I have any reasonable recourse to fix errant votes such as this one?