Yabberz will shortly release a new "Native" Android App
See some screen shots below of the upcoming Yabberz Android App. The app includes swipeable tabs for Home, Notifications, Chats, and your Profile Page, a left hand drawer menu for the topics, a drop down for settings, mobile notifications, search and pull/swipe down to refresh.
The app is not publicly available yet. It is in private BETA. We are asking for some beta testers.
As this will be Yabberz's first native app release, prior to its release we would like a few members to help complete some beta testing and work out kinks across the many flavors of Android devices. If you are interested in beta testing the Yabberz Android App, please contact me at email@example.com. I will send you a special link to download the app.
If the feedback on Android App is positive, we will then release a native iOS app in the next couple of months. Native Apps are a big deal. For example, now a whopping 90% of Facebook traffic is from their Native mobile apps. These apps will significantly increase the number and diversity of readers of the site.
New features on WWW.YABBERZ.COM
1) It is now easier to see who follows you, who you follow, and who are your friends while browsing Yabberz threads. There are three distinct symbols that are found in the top right corner of an Avatar. See the symbol key below. These symbols are also now shown in the drop menus and displays for points and sponsorships. We also offer the follow button in a number of new places to make it easier and faster to follow fellow Yabberz members.
Following. Same symbol as before. This means you follow the member whose avatar has this check.
Follows you. This new symbol shows you that the member follows you.
Friends. This new symbol shows you that you follow the member and they follow you. You are "friends" and can send private messages to the member.
(2) When you are leaving a page that has a post that you are actively editing on it, we now actively request the browser to warn you. This feature is to try to help prevent inadvertantly leaving a page while you are editing a post. This most commonly occurs because the Delete key in all modern browsers can force the browser to Navigate to a new page. Hopefully this feature reduces occasional inadvertent post loss during editing.