Yeah. There’s a setting for that.
Did you see any change after enabling that feature?
Uninstalled the browser and don’t seem to be able to install again. Might be my device problem
This is an issue with play store’s play protect feature.
To reinstall the app you may have to clear the play store app’s cache.
Steps: app details → storage → clear cache and storage.
And then try installing again using APK you downloaded previously.
Want to say again how Awsome it is to have a SAFENetwork browser on a phone.
I would give demonstrations of the chat app to people. But now… They have no escape. I will be showing them SAFENetwork websites.
It will blow their minds.
Its one step less… having to take out laptop and vpn, blah blah… Is difficult.
Ok. I’ll try again and update if any issue
Amazing! It feels like we were only talking about it a couple of weeks ago and it is now already here! Impressive stuff!
This is much needed too. I spend most of my time on android phones or tabs for personal use these days, as do many others. Really excellent news and it will add a new level of usability to the network!
This should be handy: List of Websites/Safesites & WebIDs (Community Resources)
Very nice kickoff to the mobile browser. Once auth + data can be incorporated into mobile then sparks will really be flying! Keep grinding MaidSafe.
Awesome development, it was just the motivation I needed to push to basic. I rarely use a desktop as so many others. This is huge!
Great @Wong, this looks much better now. The apps can show more content as they can expand and use full screen mode.
Sound plays even when safe browser is minimised. Wooooo!
I can’t wait to move my music collection on to jams. @Nigel, jams on mobile will be a killer app.
But I can not download that songs. Can you?
Done safe://safenetworkprimer2 . Can someone test it? Frustratingly my phone is being repaired so I can’t play with the shiny new toy. Ta.
Also seeing a blank page
Hmm. OK. I wonder why? It’s a React app - maybe that’s it @ravinderjangra?
This feature isn’t implemented yet. You can track it on GitHub.