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Did you change something with the iPad version of the app?

AlainAlain Lounge Lizzard Posts: 111
edited September 2016 in Design
Hi @Ben and @ToddGolstein,

Do you change something about the iPad version of our apps? When I open an app on my iPad now it behave like the dektop web site. Before it behave like an iPhone app.
Do I miss something?

Thank you guys.

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  • ToddGoldsteinToddGoldstein Bouncer, Bar Keep Posts: 695
    edited September 2016 Answer ✓
    @Alain This was an improvement that came along with the launch of InstantApp. It now allows your clients to edit their app from iPad. Killing the awful giant baby iPhone version of your app and turning it into an extremely professional looking product that actually takes advantage of all iPad screen sizes was the perfect combination of all things good. AND it can still be installed as an app.: win-win-win.
  • ToddGoldsteinToddGoldstein Bouncer, Bar Keep Posts: 695
    Answer ✓
    We see resellers and agents closing sales with nothing but an iPad. Demoing InstantApp on an iPad is sensational and super intuitive. It removes the last cognitive hurdle because the fingers actually touch and drag things around as if by magic. We're truly proud of this one!


  • AlainAlain Lounge Lizzard Posts: 111
    @ToddGoldstein, when you were writing this post I was re-reading the discussion you referred to and I was playing with the instant app on iPad. I really like the new look. I remember demoing apps on iPad with a special browser that was showing the desktop version. Now I don't have to. And almost never use "the awful giant baby iPhone version". That's why I don't notice the change right away. :)
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