> "Download Impress Remote from the Google Play Store or the Apple Store by searching for “Impress Remote” in the search box. Be sure that the results bring Impress Remote from The Document Foundation (TDF)."
So I tried for my iPhone, but nothing: nothing from "Impress Remote”, nothing from "The Document Foundation”. Anyone tried this?
Thanks, jomali. I'm not in the habit of reading major web pages on a phone, so hoped to find it using app search from the directions given (search: "Impress Remote"), and did not even look to the bottom to get that link. When I sent that link to the iPhone, I learned why the search was null:
> "The developer of this app needs to update it to work with your version [13.3] of iOS."
> Version History:
> 1.0.1 Mar 25, 2014 fix crash on iOS 5
> Copyright 2013 LibreOffice developers
The latest reviews (which /are/ enthusiastic) are from 2016; too bad I was unaware at the time. I wonder how many are still using it (any how it became a "Tip of the day" in 2020).
Oh well. Serves me right for updating the phone OS. I should have stopped 6 years ago, at iOS 5 on iPhone 4.
Do you know:
a) if v.1.0.1 still runs on Android?
b) what might be needed to verify it for later versions of iOS?
On 2020-01-29 19:48, jomali wrote:
> If you click the links at the bottom of the guide page, you will go right
> to the "LibreOffice Impress Remote" page on the Google Play Store or
> "LibreOffice Remote for Impress" page for iOS.
> On Wed, Jan 29, 2020 at 12:56 PM John Kaufmann <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Since the latest update, I have left on "Show tips on startup" for the
>> "Tip of the day". Today's was about Impress Remote. I was not aware of
>> it, so looked at the link <
>> which says:
>>> "Download Impress Remote from the Google Play Store or the Apple Store
>> by searching for “Impress Remote” in the search box. Be sure that the
>> results bring Impress Remote from The Document Foundation (TDF)."
>> So I tried for my iPhone, but nothing: nothing from "Impress Remote”, nothing from "The Document Foundation”. Anyone tried this?