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  • Re: Back button closes the app.....

    If nothing else, after pressing the back button, instead of closing the app, they they can at least give a little message asking if we would like to close the app. I've used other apps that do this.
    Posted to Logos Mobile App (Old) by Brian Mullet on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Back button closes the app.....

    Most of the Android phones have capacitive touch buttons built into the actual screen so it actually adds more space. Also, most Android phones that have the physical buttons at the bottom are still more spacious than the iPhone. Check out the galaxy s9 and you will see what I mean. It' really a very helpful feature.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Brian Mullet on Tue, Mar 27 2018
  • Re: Back button closes the app.....

    Ya, android phones have a home button, back button, and recent apps, button. So 3 at the bottom of the phone.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Brian Mullet on Tue, Mar 27 2018
  • Re: Back button closes the app.....

    Thanks for the clarification about clicking the tabs to navigate. My goal when I press back is to get to the passage guide. I think it would be good if that back button took me back to the passage guide, like in the previous app version . I guess I'll need to get used to not pressing it. When I press the passage guide and select a resource and then
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Brian Mullet on Tue, Mar 27 2018
  • Back button closes the app.....

    Whenever I press the back button, it switches off the app and puts me at the home screen on my phone. Is this something wrong on my end or is this just how the app is designed ? I liked the previous app version because I could select passage guide.. Pick a commentary.. Read it.. Press back.. Pick another commentary... read it.. Press back.. Etc. Now
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Brian Mullet on Tue, Mar 27 2018
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