Mobile website broken
BookManiaReader Premium Member last edited by
So when I am in my user list on the mobile phone version of the website (Not the app), I can't press the 3 dotted icon to bring up the volume parts. The icon popup that is supposed to tell me if I want to read (the open book icon) doesn't appear. This is the only way i can view the list of volumes released for a particular series. Many of the buttons are broken or are loaded off screen so when I try to scroll down to press the open book icon it disappears because I pressed my phone screen to scroll down. The old website didn't have this issue and I remember when the new website first opened, this bug wasn't a problem. There was a read volume button instead of this weird 3 dot button that brings up another button thst I am required to press to even read the book.
The app isn't much better because I don't have a list of books I am following option. The library menu only gives me random volumes of books and they aren't categorized by series. What if I want to see all volumes currently released for a series.
Both the mobile phone version of the website and the app itself make it very hard to navigate as buttons don't work the way they are supposed to.
Zehd Premium Member last edited by
@BookManiaReader On my tablet, I always tell my mobile browser to open the website in desktop mode, I like the way it behaves much better than in mobile mode. Have you tried that?
(My biggest issue was font size though)
Thank you for your feedback!
The problem with the mobile website is a bug that we'll look into fixing. As for there being a lack of ways to jump to the series/volume, we'll add that to our list to look at for a future website update.
As for the app, unfortunately we have had a lot of problems over the last year getting the app through the Google/Apple Store review process, so we have diverted our development resources to the website and backend infrastructure instead. We plan to resume working on the app as soon as we can, but our progress is still largely dependent on whether the app stores will play ball or not.