I wanted to let you know that we just did a new release of the mobile web version of our app. So you can now run Gliph in any modern web browser, not just using the iPhone or Android apps.
Try out the mobile website
Install Gliph the web App from the Chrome
This version has some updates that aren't in the iPhone app quite yet. Here are some of the updates, (you can read the complete update info in our blog entry.:
- Revised conversation view - We’ve updated the look and feel of the conversation view to use more colorful thought bubbles and provide more friendly date information.
- Updated Gliph View - Gliph View has been updated with some new visual treatments.
- Updated Connection Settings - When you click Edit the facets I Share on the revisedGliph View, you’ll see a visual refresh on the Edit Connections page. Besides some better looking sliders, you’ll now get a visual indicator if you have a public facet that is not shared in the connection.What we found was that even if you share your first name publicly on Gliph, and then chose not to share it with a particular connection--it wasn’t obvious that your contact could see it after all. So, a new red glow appears around an off-switch that actually is ‘on’ because it is set as a public facet.
- Revised Settings Page - The settings page has been slightly re-worked. We now show up front exactly which of your facets are public and which are private. You can then dive deeper to make changes on the Facets and Sharing screen.We found that sometimes we would accidentally toggle one of our Facets publicly. You definitely don’t want to accidentally reveal your phone number, so this change fixes that.We highlight all facets you’ve chosen to share publicly with the same red glow from Connection Settings. This is to further accentuate, “this is public, be careful!” You might also notice that adding new facets is now a more attractive process.
Here are some screen caps:
While this isn't explicitly an update to the iPhone app, I couldn't find a spot in the forums for "web apps." So here ya go.