Serious IOS app bugs are forcing us to look seriously into migrating our 100+ users onto another solution.
The most common complaints are:
1: The app freezes on opening (non-responsive) and only crashes after several minutes
2: Images do not show up and preview is not available
3: Links are often not clickable and thus not followable
4: The view scrolls unpredictably when posting a message making following a conversation while taking part in it impossible
I'd obviously like to avoid a costly migration, but we would need a way of estimating whether the IOS app is getting fixes and what are the timelines there. We have users on iPhones from 6 to current X and practically all of them are experiencing at least some of the issues above.
Similar issue described in iOS app is getting worse. Messages are rendered incomplete or are missing.
We recently deployed some fixes for some of these issues. Please download/upgrade to the latest version of the app and let us know if you are still seeing issues.
Same bug still exists, latest version of Flowdock iOS app still stuck to "Loading..." until the app crashes. When started again same thing happens again.
Are you planning to fix this bug or should we just move to Slack? Currently again Flowdock in my iPhone is not opening but stuck to the endless loading loop until it crashes...
Thank you for trying the upgrade. I am sorry you are still having problems logging in on your phone. This is not expected behavior. I have created a case for you so we can help you troubleshoot. Please watch for an email soon.
I am sorry this is still an issue, please know we have been working very hard on resolving this. We are currently focused on implementing several architectural improvements that will allow us to provide a more reliable user experience while bringing our customers more of the features they’ve been asking for.
Please remember that this is not an issue if you use a browser. I know that is not ideal and the app provides a lot of convenience, but it is a good alternative until we see this completely resolved in the app.
Great news - version 4.1.2 of the Flowdock iOS app is out today and it addresses several of these issues! Get the update at Flowdock on the App Store.