The developer seriously needs to publish a documentation. The app is powerful. I bought the full version. But there many things lying buried under options under options under options, if you know what I mean. I am not asking for an interface upgrade. It's nice as such. But a documentation is a must to use the app to its full potential.
I love this app! I'll admit it's proving a challenge to figure out b/c I've dealt with an app like this before. I'll definitely buy it, even though I haven't clue how to use it. 😂
I have used Gravity on Symbian and to me that one (is) was much better than the Android version. Suggestions: swipe right for side menu, tweet action under each tweet
This app is amazing and gives you a wider look on Twitter than the actual app would. It doesn't force refresh your feed so you don't lose your place in your time line if you leave the app. And it loads the images faster. *the only side notes I want to leave for the developer is: 1. When I click on notifications, it doesn't bring anything up for it. Even though I get notifications in the Twitter app. 2.When I hit undo retweet in the app, it doesn't take it off of my actual Twitter account.
It's probably me,but how do I connect to the RSS streams? When I've done that I'll be happy and a five star giver!
Good app, appalling support. 5 stars if or when I get support. 5 weeks and waiting
And yet another update of Gravity Forever ...
* More fine-tuning of the "Swipe-to-dismiss" Animation (makes so much fun!)
* Fixed the Direct Message User Interface: the edit field will hopefully not be covered by the onscreen keyboard anymore
* Added a new "streaming" feature to the Slideshow: tap on the screen, then on the "STREAM" button and Gravity will show new tweets as they are coming in.
* Added unread counters to the left side menu :-)
Have fun! @janole
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