• Presenting the EduGeek App for Android and iOS

    EduGeek - The App

    We have just launched the EduGeek App for those of you on mobiles.
    iOS: Get it from http://edugeek.me/to/iosapp
    Android: Get it from http://edugeek.me/to/droidapp
    Kindle: Get it from http://edugeek.me/to/kindleapp

    The app is based on Tapatalk and supports push notifications for new replies, pm's and more.

    If you have any problems please post in the Site Problems forum.

    (Apologies for the US spelling of Favourites, we are trying to get a UK specific build)

    Android/Kindle Screenshots (more coming)

    iPhone Screenshots

    iPad Screenshots
    Comments 97 Comments
    1. elsiegee40's Avatar
      elsiegee40 -
      * Waits for systems go on iOS *
    1. Oaktech's Avatar
      Oaktech -
      Is it proxy aware or am I going to burn up data on my 3g connection?
    1. bodminman's Avatar
      bodminman -
      Nice action!
    1. markcuk's Avatar
      markcuk -
      no windows phone version?
    1. ZeroHour's Avatar
      ZeroHour -
      Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40 View Post
      * Waits for systems go on iOS *
      With iOS 6.1 just coming out the queue for processing is probably large sadly, we were just unlucky with timing.

      Quote Originally Posted by Oaktech View Post
      Is it proxy aware or am I going to burn up data on my 3g connection?
      I *think* it should follow the rules of the OS, so hopefully it will follow the settings you specify as long as you have a recent version of Android.
    1. pritchardavid's Avatar
      pritchardavid -
      agreed we need a windows phone version
    1. sparkeh's Avatar
      sparkeh -
      Oh wow stumbled on the app on Google play. Didn't realise it was brand new. Nice work! :-)
    1. ZeroHour's Avatar
      ZeroHour -
      I am looking into windows phone (i have a 920 and love it)
    1. IrritableTech's Avatar
      IrritableTech -
      Fantastic. Looking forward to Apple giving the go ahead. Thanks for the hard work which obviously must have gone into this.
    1. free780's Avatar
      free780 -
      Sweet !
    1. hawc's Avatar
      hawc -
      Just getting it sent to my phone now! Getting excited
    1. hardtailstar's Avatar
      hardtailstar -
      Now im never going to do any work!
    1. Kingstech's Avatar
      Kingstech -
      Brilliant app. Been playing with it tonight. Really hope if will follow the os settings for proxy access.
    1. Devontechie's Avatar
      Devontechie -
      Works really well on my S3. (Using it to post this)

      Brilliant.. Well everyone involved in it
    1. ZeroHour's Avatar
      ZeroHour -
      Those with proxy droids, let me know what version you have and if it does/doesnt.
      Also any filtering type and transparent auth or not would help.
    1. hawc's Avatar
      hawc -
      Just posting from it now.
    1. EduTech's Avatar
      EduTech -
      Awesome! :-) Excited.. Get it sorted Apple!
    1. Abaddon's Avatar
      Abaddon -
      Just installed on my Galaxy Note, and working great. Nice one chaps.
    1. mmoseley's Avatar
      mmoseley -
      Brilliant - Well done chaps, I asked about having an EduGeek app agesssss ago! I dont have the expertise to do it - A big well done to those involved!!!
    1. sparkeh's Avatar
      sparkeh -
      Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
      Those with proxy droids, let me know what version you have and if it does/doesnt.
      Also any filtering type and transparent auth or not would help.
      ICS: Works on a non auth proxy, will test on an auth proxy when I get a chance.
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