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  • Re: Logos Iphone app browser

    It looks like advancements have been made! The only thing that remains is the News Feed which still contains an embedded browser for links within the News Feed. Logos, please remove these last embedded web views for us!!!
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Jonathan Simcoe on Fri, Feb 22 2013
  • Re: Logos Iphone app browser

    There are still ways to access web views through at least the Register link as it allows access to Logos.com and from there on out to the internet. Is there any way to have web views block access to other URLs other than logos.com, etc. or just have the views link out to Safari. This makes the app completely unusable for us that want to have Parental
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Jonathan Simcoe on Sat, Dec 22 2012
  • Re: Logos Iphone app browser

    Is there any progress that has been in this area. Has anyone heard from Logos what the status of this item is? I have also found that the Google/Facebook sign-in boxes allow for unfiltered internet access. It would be helpful to see a fix for this sometime in the future so I can continue using these apps.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Jonathan Simcoe on Thu, Nov 15 2012
  • Re: Logos Iphone app browser

    I have had the same issue with your app and have un-installed it. I have been able to get un-restricted access to the internet through the "Share" link on the site. By clicking "Share" and then "Twitter" the Twitter login window allows unrestricted browsing to any website. By using links at the bottom of the page I was eventually able to get to Google
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Jonathan Simcoe on Mon, Jun 25 2012
  • Share/Twitter link Circumvents iOS Parental Controls

    I was using your app this weekend and noticed that you are not using iOS's native Twitter account sharing controls and instead you show a web view that allows clicking out to get unrestricted access to the internet. For younger adults, children and adults that use your software with parental controls, this is a concern. Can you please look into this
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Jonathan Simcoe on Mon, May 21 2012
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