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Test the new Instructables Android App!

Hey Everyone!

We are wrapping up development on our android app and we want you to become a part of the fun!

If you are interested in getting involved, email me at greggawatt@instructables.com with your android version, your instructables username and how you intend to use the app.

We want to get information on to make the app better for our authors and this is the perfect way to do so.

Thanks!
Gregg Horton
QA Engineer

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uersel1 year ago
Since the android app it's in the play store now, I gave it a try. So far it looks very nice, and if you are just browsing it's absolutly great.
But for writing a ible I would like to have some more features like bulk-adding pics (navigating trough subfolders is a pain) or autosave (lost my ible after switching to another app by accident and the reopening the ible-app again).
But I will stick to it for shure!
uersel uersel1 year ago
A way to pull drafts I created online down to my android device would also be great, so I dont need to be online for working on and saving my ible
freeza361 year ago
Hey I have to ask this... All i have is a Kindle Fire. All it supports is the Amazon App Store. Will instructables eventually be there too? Thanks
doriean1 year ago
thank god and here I was about to get all medieval for there not being an android version. lol I love to beta test.
aiml0u1 year ago
Arnova 7h g3, upcycling, kids projects, recipes, sewing, knitting, woodwork
Can't wait
I have been seeing a LOT of this happening.....double posts.....odd and probably not the fault of the one posting.
If you hit the "Post" button multiple times before it goes away then it posts multiple times. Happened to be the other day.
Yes, but I don't recall doing that.
sook1 year ago
I can't wait for this. The only other alternative on the Play Store is.... not adequate.
Anything for Apple IOS app users?
Apple keeps a pretty tight leash on their contributing developers, from what I've read. You can't get anything except through the App Store, and if a developer tries to let something out before it's been "approved," they're basically screwed for life.

The irony with respect to that famous Macintosh commercial is delicious, isn't it?
frenzy (author)  kelseymh1 year ago
You hit the nail on the head! but i can tell you, you'll be seeing the iphone app live in the app store very soon after the first of the year.
That's good to hear because I would love to create and view Instructables on my iPad! I haven't seen the app up yet.
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As annoying as the can be at times, I always thought apple started a revolution.


aiml0u1 year ago
Arnova 7h g3, upcycling, kids projects, recipes, sewing, knitting, woodwork
Can't wait
Gregg,you should post screenshot's if it how it look's like , it's feature's & a bit more detail on it.I am willing to help but i need to know a bit more on what i am gonna be dealing with(in short the app)
Have fun
Bobblehead Einstein
Wouldn't it make sense to describe what the app can do, before asking people how they intend to use it ?
ssleeper1 year ago
I would be interested in testing for you. I don't always have access to a computer and would like to start doing instructables. Doing them on my phone would work great since I take all my pics on my phone. I don't know what operating system my Samsung Fascinate is. My email is serenityfab@gmail.com
Thank you.
binoyxj1 year ago
One can always use TestFlight or similar services to distribute and beta test iOS apps https://testflightapp.com/