Thank you for submitting ideas as well as highlighting few issues on the iOS and Android mobile apps.
We are working on improving the experience of our customers on both iOS and Android apps and in our endeavour to improve the apps, we are working closing with few of our customers to help remediate the app crashes on iOS to begin with. Once we arrest the app crashes, we would look to add more features on the apps.
Thanks again for your patience.Michael Gradek commented
All of my points go here. The mobile app is unusable by new comers - you have to use it so carefully to avoid crashing it. View notifications on iOS - crash. Press the “more” link without first selecting the thread - crash. Post a message - sometimes you won’t even see what you’ve just written added to the flow unless you restart the app. And I don’t even know what triggers this next one, but Flowdock frequently presents the false hope of an update being present/required telling you the current version is no longer supported and you need to update from the App Store. Guess what, it’s just the same buggy version that you already have installed.
And don’t worry, I’ve already filed issues with CA and given them repro information, and reinstalled my app on iOS.
Blows my mind how they’ve not prioritized addressing these multiple crashes per day per person for over 6 weeks now.
204 votesMichael Gradek commented
I want to share my presence globally across all rooms at once. This would be lovely and really help people understand when they're engaging in synchronous communication vs asynchronous