New answers tagged iphone
This new placement is obnoxious. Since the change, I keep hanging up on calls accidentally since I take most calls on speaker.
When users login for the first time, we suggest them to set a PIN, so this is not something they can miss. This is where I disagree with you. When users download a new app, they don’t want to fill in every field appropriately. They want to reach the app, test it and see if it’s worth the time to register. Because of that, your workflow needs ...
If you do good job explaining what the code does and why you need to set it, the naming is of secondary importance. Also, aim for consistency: if you’re calling it “PIN” everywhere else, keep calling it “PIN” in your mobile app as well, even though iOS calls it “Passcode”
The text in the screenshot says that the feature adds an extra layer of security, but it doesn't actually describe what the feature does / how it works. I think you need someting more specific like: When enabled, you will be asked to enter your PIN every time you access the application. This extra layer of security helps prevent your personal information ...
In Android there's no separate button which says "Edit Picture". You tap on the image to add a photo. But on iOS and some other mobile apps there's an "Edit" button available. I'm an Android user and I didn't find any problems with the missing "Edit" button. But as @jgthms mentioned in some cases people will interpret this as a "View Full Image" rather than ...
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