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Becky friendica
I'm using the fedilab app, bc I mostly only use my phone unless I'm doing something specific... But realizing it's difficult to read the reply threads on it (who is replying to whom)
Hypolite Petovan friendica (via ActivityPub)
Can I suggest you to try the Friendica website as a Home Screen App (on iOS) or whatever it is called in Android?
Becky friendica
Hmm, I will look for it. I use Lineage OS, thanks for the suggestion
Hypolite Petovan friendica (via ActivityPub)
I'm saying this because our mobile app support isn't as sharp as the improvements we've recently added to the mobile display for the frio theme.
SoNak friendica (via ActivityPub)
Sadly true.
Adding links, formatting and editing existing posts ist not possible with Fedilab nor DiCa.
DiCa ist available at the PlayStore or on Github.
SoNak friendica (via ActivityPub)
I am afraid there is no nice and usable Friendica-app at the moment. Best choice seems the website of your instance with "frio"-theme.

Fedilab works alright for just viewing any incoming post and comment without regard of threads. Anyway you may have noticed that you might switch to a related thread-view by tipping on any of these messages.

There is another app called DiCa, that has other limitations but lists only the contributions of your contacts without comments. Tipping on one of these brings you the related thread. So the start-view of the "Friends"-tab is less confusing.
By swiping to the left or right you change view between "friends", "public" (=local), "network" (=global), "my" (=personal) and "favorites".

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#friendica #app #android #fedilab #dica
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SoNak friendica (via ActivityPub)
These comments have been written with DiCa.
(Links have been added later by editing both posts)
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SoNak friendica (via ActivityPub)
As I just noticed, the thread-view is much better in DiCa than in Fedilab.
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Becky friendica
Thank you both for the suggestions and input... I just downloaded an app called webapps, which connects you to saved websites with a click, and while I don't think it was what @Hypolite Petovan was originally suggesting, it is along that vein. I'm hoping it works well, but I'll keep experimenting anyway :). I appreciate both of your patience in explaining things to me.
Hypolite Petovan friendica (via ActivityPub)
It sounds like the same, the core principle of "Add to Home Screen" on iOS is that no browser controls (back, forward, refresh, tabs) show, freeing some screen real estate for the website itself.