The developer did a fantastic job, finally a Bitmessage client for Android. Works awesome too and is easier to use than an email client. Keep it up, I love this app!
Instant crash htc m10 6.0.1 when sending message contact for logs
I had somehow gotten into a state where it crashed every time I tried to open a message, but reinstalling seems to have fixed it. Developer responded quickly, but now am unable to reproduce. Much nicer interface than pybitmessage. All it needs now is Orbot support!
Well done a good woooork! Keep on going that pretty thing you have born. However, what you think about adding a option for routing through tor and how about f-droid? Bdw. orbot runs on both rooted non rooted phones.
I'm very happy to see this app! I love bitmessage, as a secure messaging platform it's great. As of currently due to limited connection speed I cannot currently verify full functionality so keep that in mind when reading my say here. I couldn't get the app to generate deterministic identities. I've experienced and underwent several reboots and possibly crashes? but unsure of the status of the operation or if the POW for all this is on progress or what. There's really no interface showing what POW is queued up and running and I would REALLY APPRECIATE such an enhancement, since running a full node on mobile is taxing on the device, I'd like to have a little bit more ongoing information somewhere of what exactly it's processing so I know when the client is busy synchronizing to the network, doing POW, Exactly what kind of request is getting POWed on; is it broadcasting for a key for example?; and any possible estimate of how long POW may last. Now I know there are some small indicators of state in and around the app in general but they are not enough information. I would like to have some activity that simply lists everything the app knows it's processing and trying to achieve, so I can more easily decide when to run full node mode and when it would be unnecessary. I will edit more into this review when I confirm more by touching with a faster wifi connection and seeing if that helps my client catch up and start to see things trickle in. Function seems stable now, after spending some time on a faster connection. Seems solid now that any potential "initial synchronization" has taken place
More support for chan requested Especially a preloaded suggested defaults. As well as qr scanning chans. Oh and nicer UI for chans too.
* Support for extended encoding
* Added public key to QR code, so it doesn't have to be requested before sending messages (if you add a contact by QR code)
* Bug fixes and improvements
One app to manage all your emails, files, contacts and more.