Android App on Chromebook - A small request

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David W Warner | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Aug 26 2020 7:28 PM

After a second iPad Pro developed LED bleeding around the edges, I switched to using the Logos Android app on an Acer R13 Convertible Chromebook for reading Logos books. Shortly after I started, the Logos team introduced a gorgeous default font that made the switch even better than I had hoped. One thing would make it perfect - if the left and right arrow keys moved pages backwards and forwards. Thanks for a superb experience on what has to be a fairly niche machine.


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Bill Anderson | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Aug 26 2020 8:34 PM


Welcome to the forums!

A number of us have asked for keystroke support in the mobile apps (iOS and Android) but it seems Faithlife wants these apps to be touch driven. It's the opposite with the desktop app. A number of use have asked for that to be more touch friendly, but Faithlife seems to be committed the traditional mouse/keyboard interactions with that.

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David W Warner | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Aug 30 2020 3:54 PM

Thanks, Bill! Strange to live in the in-between world of Android on Chromebook. But mostly very good. Appreciate the historical aspect of the question.



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