As many people know EBox already has an Android app, however, we continue to wonder about an iOS app. The iPhone and iPad are great gadgets and used by millions but not so much by our readers.
Most of our visitors use Android or Chrome to visit EBox, so we have to seriously question whether it is worth investing $ 100 / year and creating a developer account with Apple to create an application.
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Also, none of the EBox team is a true developer, this means we would have to hire someone to develop an application that goes according to our simplistic and elegant philosophy (I hope you agree).
Connect more easily to EBox on your iPhone and iPad
In order to know whether or not it will be worth investing in developing an iOS application we need to know if our readers really need something like that. Keeping an application up to date is not as simple as it sounds.
With this in mind, I will give you a chance to make it easier to read articles on EBox on an iPhone / iPad or iPod. Our website is super responsive, meaning it is adapted to a smartphone, be it Android, iPhone or Windows Mobile.
When you enter the address "EBox.pt" you will find the same ideology of the computer. An elegant website with the ability to read several articles simply.
But we all know that always writing in the url is boring. So why not create a EBox icon on your screen with other apps?
Open Safari and go to "EBox.pt".
Click the center button at the bottom and click the "+" symbol where it says "add to home screen"
Rename the entire website and just type "EBox" and then "add"
Done! The shortcut to the website is on your main screen!
As you can see it is not complicated to add EBox to your main screen. This way, with just one click you will go to our site and be aware of all the technology spoken in UK’s.
You can enable this feature for any website on the web. If you visit a site regularly and are tired of typing the URL, you'll find this will help you a lot.
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