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a webservice is simply called 'The function' on the website. If you take Google as example, the webservice is a search engine. If you take Twitter as your example, the webservice is Social media. It's just what the website is made for. So a webservice domain is just the domain like 'http://google.com' for the webservice 'search engine' It's that simple.
Always be careful with taking the user outside the application. Users get distracted and don't come back. Let's assume it's an app that puts a photo for each month. The user will find natural that if the photos are not in the phone library, the user needs to go and find ones either online or on their computer and pass them to the phone. Depending on how ...
The risk you take is sending the user down a rabbit hole: They may not return. You'll have to make the leap very intuitive. A rough idea of the requirements: Keep them close by wrapping the browsing experience within your app and providing extended functionality. Provide some kind of control in the browser to make selecting images a simple tap action. ...
You should browse the web for ther user. It is an application after all, so it is supposed to the job for her: the user is using your application and she does not expect to go in and out in order to use it properly. Find the images for her and it is going to feel all magical.
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