From one dev to another

Discussions around the iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch versions of the Gospel Library application.
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Morrowsnow
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From one dev to another

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Post by Morrowsnow »

First of all great job on the new Gospel Library iOS app, it is awesome! The one thing you guys should really consider adding is a text-theme like you can find in iBooks (white, sepia, night). This is huge for people with sensitive eyes, especially when trying to read at night :)
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Night mode is an option in the app settings.
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Simply a suggestion, and obviously a UX improvement. Sepia is a very nice intermediary that causes less stress to readers eyes. It is nice they provide one alternative, but halation can be even more problematic for reading.
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I've used sephia on Android GL for years now, I concur.
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I want to add my voice to the requests for Sepia. I had it on my Windows Phone and loved it. I do most of my studying in daytime and find white too bright and night too dark. Maybe rename it 'parchment' or 'leather' as Sepia is not universally identifiable.

Love the app but surprised Windows has the feature and Apple doesn't.
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