BariatricPal

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  1. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    Funny how things work. I think we are going to take another stab at this. Stay tuned.....
  2. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    I love your crowdfunding concept! It would really help IPB build out their app store. The plan was never to release apps for 3.4. We were just testing on 3.4 because that's what most forums were running at the time.
  3. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    Thank you for your business and marketing advice "Build it and they will come" I've heard those words muttered before.....from a bankrupt buddy. There's a lot that goes into app and software development. Your post is an oversimplification of a decision that took over a year to make. It's not as simple as build it and they will come. We created something for 3.4 because 4.0 wasn't released when we started our beta. All of our beta testers were running 3.4 and most large communities I've looked at still haven't upgraded to 4.X yet. Most of the members that did reach out to us had zero interest in actually paying for software. The lack of willingness to spend money on software seems to be a huge part why this community hasn't evolved like others I'm part of. I know many people that make a very good living off of selling their 3rd party apps for Shopify, Wordpress, Salesforce etc. Sadly, this isn't the case here.
  4. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    We decided to put the ForumMob project on hold, indefinitely. There wasn't enough interest shown from this community where it made sense to proceed, sorry.
  5. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    Thanks! We've received quite a bit of feedback from beta testers. We're going back to the table and hopefully we'll have something ready by the time V5 is released 
  6. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    Yup! Pace is going slower than we would like, but we're making progress and hope to have our products out by the end of summer.
  7. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    Agreed. We wouldn't have apps if responsive pages or apps wi
  8. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    The plan is to support Windows once we have a stable iOS and Android release.
  9. (M34) Videos System

    Ditto on the excellent customer support! Happy to hear it's been released for IPB 4. 
  10. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    1. You can provide us with a color scheme you'd like to use in order to match your site. 2. It's free for 1 year for all beta testers. After that point, it's going to be $29.99 per month for iOS and Android. We plan on charging a small fee for any additional plugins.
  11. Google Mobile-Friendly IPB

    WIm, What Google changes are you referring to please? I tested on our end and don't see any issues whatsoever. Do you have this file installed on your site?
  12. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    PM me if you're interested in joining our beta and we'll provide your community with custom iOS and Android apps.
  13. Google Mobile-Friendly IPB

    Version 1.0.0

    100 downloads

    By default, IPB 3.4.x is not properly recognized by Google as mobile-friendly. Improve your score by installing this hook. The hook implements the solution as described in this knowledgebase article (https://www.invisionpower.com/support/kb/_/34x-google-mobile-friendly-issues-r75), however, it ensures that these changes will be properly re-applied with every application update.

    Free

  14. Introducing ForumMob! - White label mobile apps for IPB

    We're not offering "just a plugin." You can't compare "responsive" web design to mobile (iOS and Android) apps. It’s a difficult choice to make since both options present advantages and disadvantages that must be taken into consideration. Responsive Web design is certainly the most "affordable" option for some business's as compared to the development of a mobile app. That's where we come in and level the playing field by making inexpensive yet custom, white label apps based around IPB. A mobile app will provide users with unique functionality and speed that can’t be achieved with a responsive website.