Official iMore for iPhone app feedback thread
Download the official iMore for iPhone app from the App Store. It's FREE, so hurry up!
Read this so you know what's NOT included, WHY it's not included, and WHEN it will be coming:
We’re already planning the next version of iMore for iOS, and as the name foreshadows, the biggest priority will be delivering an insanely great Retina iPad interface. It. Will. Be. Done. We’re also planning to integrate CoreData so recently read articles will cache, and you’ll be able to Favorite articles to store locally. Adding share via iMessage is on the list, and so is “read later”. We want to add a gesture shortcut to make navigating between stories faster, and we want to add search so you can find exactly what you’re looking for.
Commenting is also in the roadmap, but since we’re also hard at work on a better commenting system for iMore, we’re waiting for that before integrating it into the iMore app.
We tried hard to integrate the iMore forums as well, both as an embedded app and as a web extension to the iMore app but it just didn’t work right. Instead of being convenient it was a bit of a collision. So ultimately we made the decision early on to split the iMore Forums out into a separate app. That’s the bad news. The good news is that app is almost done now as well (I have the beta on my iPhone already!).
It’s built on the Tapatalk engine — which if you follow the greater Mobile Nations family of sites you may have already guessed, given that the Android Central Forums app and CrackBerry Forums app have already hit their respective worlds and markets.
The iMore Forums app will be out soon as well, so sit tight! There’s lot’s more to come!
Give us your feedback in this thread!!