Very easy to use. I have one suggestion to the dev team. Can you embed the navigation bar to the floating icon, so that it won't always occupy a solid 1cm wide space just for 4 icons which are rarely clicked on. If you cannot embed it, could you please make it narrower or able to hide itself.
You can easily use this app, update your blog, check your dashboard and view other blogs. Update: the new layout is horrible and makes it more difficult to use the app. I keep accidentally pressing the tabs now and it's more difficult to scroll and look at posts because my eyes keep going all the way to the bottom where the tab bar is! Totally unnecessary update.
I hate the new update. Completely pointless. It lost the functionality of being able to select the home button to return to the top of the feed. Now I have to scroll all the way back up to refresh it. No one asked for the nav bar to be moved. What we want is for the app to stop randomly crashing and for it to stop freezing, but all reads our finger taps so we end up somewhere random when it reconnects.
the jump to top on mobile feature is fixed, thankfully, but the home bar on the bottom is still frustrating and not helping anyone. the bar at the top was out of the way and easy to access; moving it to the bottom makes no sense and often causes misclicking on activity and takes me off my dash when i don't mean to. please move the bar back up top.
The Tumblr screening of "NSFW" type things is now out of hand and is now blocking things that are also SAFE. I don't use a filter and never have, but all of a sudden over half my homescreen is blocked and they're all just artists! ... just give us the option to actually choose if we want to see it or not, not block us from even seeing it all together. Like that's just jerk programming there guys!
when i use my mobile and select 'under the cut / read more' the content underneath doesnt show up unlike when viewing through desktop. 5 stars if you can fix this UPDATE: the new layout is u-g-l-y. It is exactly where my thumb is when i scroll down and 9/10 times i will hit the wrong button and lose progress
We pulled the navigation tabs off the ceiling. Now they're on the floor and we think they're better this way. "Tabs on bottom," as they say.