Siftr not available for iOS now?
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    Siftr not available for iOS now?

    by davemm » Fri Oct 27, 2017 10:19 am

    I've happily used Siftr on both iOS and Android in the past, but noticed recently that the app seems to be missing from the App Store now (October 2017). Is this a temporary thing? ARIS is still available, so this really has me scratching my head. Thanks for any tips.
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    Re: Siftr not available for iOS now?

    by chrish » Fri Oct 27, 2017 5:24 pm

    Siftr is a web app for now and is available simply in the web browser of pretty much any device, mobile or otherwise, at http://siftr.org
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    Re: Siftr not available for iOS now?

    by djgagnon » Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:29 pm

    Siftr is now available as a native iOS and Android app!

    It works well offline and has a vastly improved project finding system.

    Be on the lookout for a bunch of new features rolling out this year now that we’ve created a native platform to built from.

    David
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    Re: Siftr not available for iOS now?

    by l-gun » Thu May 30, 2019 9:50 am

    Does Siftr currently work in an offline mode?

    If so, I would love to have access to that mode as a backup in case we have connectivity issues on a trip on Thursday, June 6.

    In fiddling around, I couldn't find out how to use in an offline mode.

    Thanks!

    Larry
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    Re: Siftr not available for iOS now?

    by chrish » Thu May 30, 2019 12:19 pm

    I haven't tested it specifically offline, and don't know what sorts of limits there might be to buffers, but I did find it to be rather robust in intense use in a rather poor network environment. I would just keep using the app as I wanted and eventually everything got uploaded.