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Apart from what has been said. If your web site is more of an application rather than a typical information site, you could additionally try to encourage your users to make a shortcut on the springboard. You can even provide a custom icon then and the app will run full screen. Although only in Safari. Besides that Benjamin is right. Don't underestimate your ...


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I think you'd be surprised how smart users are, most of them are able to quickly distinguish native controls from web controls. That being said, as long as you don't deliberately try to make your controls look like part of the browser you should be ok (this is an anti-pattern that malware often uses to imitate system controls). In the Facebook and BBC ...


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TL;DR It really depends on how your users will use your app. If they switch between sections very often, you may prefer the first option otherwise the second is better. From my experience, the second option is the more common. If they switch between sections very often, you may prefer the first option. If all your menu sections are equally important and ...



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