I think it is vital that Hubpages soon develops a mobile app for both iOS and Android. The HP mobile web browser experience is good but not great. I feel HP could learn a lot from Facebook's mobile app which is how I envisage a future HP mobile app to operate.
HubPages had an app, but it was only for reading and rating Hubs. Thankfully it was dropped.
Don't hold you breath.
A website without an app which works - for ALL essential features - on both iOS and Android will only lose traffic and status
To be fair the 'lack of use' probably related to that app not being very useful, rather than general lack of interest in an app.
I agree, if an app is actually worth using then it'll stick compared to some low quality garbage that no one would ever entertain.
I agree - apps are never used unless they
1) Work properly
2) are useful
by Jasmeet Kaur13 months ago
Today, there are apps for almost every website. I wonder is there any app for Hubpages as well? It will be quite easy to stay connected with google app for hubpages. I have seen an app for hubpages but that one is paid....
by ehonhdouzi2 years ago
I really hope to have it so that I can edit my hubs with my phone,
by Joween Flores4 months ago
Ahmmm. I Dont know if this has been requested or not but I will suggest hubpages of making an Official App on Android / iOS so that we can write and publish our hubs easier. MODS, please be gentle with me. HeheReddit...
by IT Dude2 years ago
This would mean it would be easily accessible on the go.You would be able to browse through the Forums etc. when you are incredibly bored.
by Alfred Amuno2 years ago
by Paul Edmondson2 years ago
When we first built the Iphone app, there wasn't a way to easily get photos from a phone to a Hub and that was a significant driver for building the app. IOS has come a long way and the major functionality that...
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