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Constantly crashes!!!
Gadget-Man on Nov 22, 2011 for Flip for Facebook
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Absolutely Worthless
It just displays the website in app...but crops the page and doesn't let you pan or zoom to even view all the content...completely terrible, just use Safari
mattguthmiller on Nov 22, 2011 for Flip for Facebook
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Wow.
This needs a lot of work, I don't even know where to start. Okay, how about you start with allowing landscape display? Then try improving the touch features because it's rough. For instance, Flipboard app is effortless when flipping through the pages and Timelines? Not so much. Also, I get a glimpse of my notification alert but then it quickly disappears. That's frustrating because then I have to go to safari to actually check them. Nice concept but needs improvement...lots of it. I'll re-grade at next update...looking forward to it! Peace.
ScarletFever1971 on Nov 22, 2011 for Flip for Facebook
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Doesn't work!
This app doesn't work!!!
Haas81377 on Nov 22, 2011 for Flip for Facebook
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Not Good...
The interface is not impressive at all. It's basically the Facebook app that makes you turn pages to navigate instead of click links. Doesn't make any sense at all. I will be deleting it. Not impressed at all.
Anim8or on Nov 22, 2011 for Flip for Facebook
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Yikes. Pretty terrible app.
Thought it might be a sweet Flipboard-style replacement for Facebook. Not even close. There's a reason for the established navigation on the iPad: taps are more intuitive than "swipes" and "gestures". Yet so many third party apps try to change that to "improve" the experience, when, in reality, all they did was change what works really well for something that is totally broken. And on top of that, it's just a laggy, buggy experience.
Mr.JR on Nov 22, 2011 for Flip for Facebook
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