DN mobile app - when?

4 months ago from Tom Green, designer, trying to make things work at dailyinspiring.com

  • Chiron ZorChiron Zor, 4 months ago
    1. launch Safari
    2. open DN
    3. share icon
    4. add to home screen
    5. done
    16 points
    • , 4 months ago

      This is my exact use case. And every time I open it, Safari asks me to log in with my saved password. I click ok, and them on every new post/page wants me to login again and again and again.......

      9 points
      • Philip A, 4 months ago

        Same here. It's so frustrating...

        3 points
      • Alexander KäßnerAlexander Käßner, 4 months ago

        +1 Nice to have this propt on the first visit, but the current buggy mess is just annoying.

        1 point
      • Jorge MartinsJorge Martins, 4 months ago

        I e-mailed them sharing this as I’m also experiencing that. I’ve also asked for an api token so I can make my own DN app (and possible share) But no answer.

        I kind of understand why. if people start making apps, that work better than just coming directly to the website, people will stop seeing ads and job listings, and they may not want that drop on the number of visits.

        Just assuming.

        0 points
      • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 4 months ago

        Use a better browser than safari then :)

        Safari is to apple users what Internet Explorer is to windows users IMO - something you use to download firefox or chrome.

        -2 points
        • Jorge MartinsJorge Martins, 4 months ago

          What about the reading list? The keychain? The iCloud tabs? The history etc . Should I really change my browser experience because of one single bugged website? This doesn’t happen on any other website, only DN. Not to mention that safari is the default so every link from the email newsletter will open on safari, so that I can then open it in chrome? I really don’t get his “change browser” argument, Next step is change phone entirely ? Yeah because every browser on iOS are pretty much safari with a skin on top.

          Is it too hard to remove the login fields from the dom when you’re logged in?

          -1 points