I have watched the launch of the Advanced Flow and I have installed Advanced Flow and really enjoying it!
Is there a web browser that will run on an iPad that will work with the Homey Web App?
I cannot be the only Homey user who uses an Ipad as their primary computing device and loves sitting on the sofa and grabbing the always on and ready device while watching TV to set up something on the Home Automation.
Is the Venn diagram of Tablet Users and Homey Users really close to zero?
That said, I am really enjoying Homey and loving setting it all up, and once I have got Homey stable and not having key Athom App just failing and if I could get it to remain online without losing network many many times a day I am sure it will be great. And yes issues reported to homey and followed all their guidance to the letter and still dealing with issues.
My interest is in seeing be the best
I can understand that there is little support for Tablets because there is incredibly usage of Tablets in managing Homey, which it seems is somewhat cyclic. If there is not support for tablets then people can’t use Tablets therefore no one is using tablets?
Anyway I have been using tablets for over a decade, and my 12.9" iPad has a bigger screen than my Apple Laptop, so ti is not a screen size issue.
But I understand the limitations, but surely using a browser a Web App should really not care.
But using Safari or Chrome to access the Homey Web App is awful, to get a dropdown menu you may have to click on the button 100+ times to get the list to stay visible long enough to click on something in the list.
I understand finite resources, and prioritisation and I am not a developer so probably totally missing something obvious
How hard is it to make sure a Web App is mobile friendly, it cannot be massively time consuming or a major technical challenge to get ONE mobile browser compatible?
Also, while I am on a roll, why does the Mobile App send users to one webpage (https://insights.homey.app) for Insights and the WebApp a different webpage (My Homey) with different capabilities surely some effort could be saved by maintaining only one Insights site?