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  1. Roan Lavery Roan Lavery

    I've been thinking a lot about the whole 'native iPhone app' versus 'optimised web app' thing, so I decided to investigate jQTouch.

    It's awesome, and after a day of tinkering I've managed to get something that looks and vaguely functions like a native app. Definitely food for thought.

    about 4 years ago

  2. Jono Mallanyk Jono Mallanyk

    I like the colours a lot. I find the grid background slightly off putting though because the buttons aren't lined up to it vertically... Might just be me though :)

    about 4 years ago

  3. Roan Lavery Roan Lavery

    Agreed, it needs to be better aligned vertically and horizontally. Will rebound.

    about 4 years ago

  4. David Kaneda David Kaneda

    Very sweet! Definitely shoot me a tweet/email when it goes live, I'd love to promote on jQTouch's side.

    about 4 years ago

  5. Andy Birchwood Andy Birchwood

    it's strange- i would pay for a native iphone freeagent app, but not an optimised web app, i don't really know why... I think the killer feature for me would be expenses tracking with a photo upload feature- can you access the camera from an optimised web app?

    about 4 years ago

  6. Roan Lavery Roan Lavery

    We definitely wouldn't charge extra for an optimised web app, or for a basic iPhone app for that matter.

    The lack of camera access for web apps is a bit of a deal breaker unfortunately, but I'm coming round to the idea that it's not a case of one or the other, but both with complementing functionality.

    In either case, working on the UI in a context where we can rapdily iterate, and get feedback, will benefit both products.

    about 4 years ago

  7. John O'Nolan John O'Nolan

    "If it can be done in the browser. It should be."


    Not sure what the camera would be used for with regards to FreeAgent though? .... wait ...... Photographing receipts and attaching them to expenses?! GENIUS!!!!

    about 4 years ago

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