Does it "remember password"?
As I manage multiple accounts, this is very useful.
I would however prefer that the bandwidth remaining is displayed differently. Instread of showing a green bar, which steadily decreases until there is nothing left (essentially a bandwidth countdown), I would prefer it to show what has been used by counting up. I would also like it if the graph or indicator had demarkations @ intervals eg. Every five GB or whatever would fit.
Other than that, I like it very much & it is very useful.
I confess...... I have a BB - would be nice to be loved too...
Will try it out tonight @ home on my ipad.
As for android, will wait until it is available, then try it out.
As I have uncapped, I'm more interested if there's any sudden increase in bandwidth usage.
Not working for me...
Get an "Invalid Username" error. Probably because my email address has a "+" in it.
Can log in fine via the web interface.
Is there a link to an article or announcement on the website?
Would like a link to a "source" other than a forum so I can pass it around.
Originally Posted by dualmeister
@Roadrunner, it does give you the amount on the far left. What I meant was that normally one looks from left to right, not right to left.
@Qwikslver, I found it on the homepage (http://www.afrihost.com/#1) @ the top, on the first scrolling picture. Clicking the link takes one to: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myban...6149?ls=1&mt=8, but I searched for it & downloaded it from the South African App Store.
Okay. Feedback time.
1. It does not remember your password.
2. An option to quickly switch between multiple accounts would be great (with passwords cached)
3. To be honest, it sucks on my iPad. I use my ipad in landscape configuration, not portrait, and the app opens in portrait configuration.
4. Overall it is nice to see what your bandwidth usage so far is.
android??? oO why release on apple 1st when there are loads more android users
Apple devices are easier to developer for, Android has quite a lot of different screen sizes and hardware
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