Last active 10 months ago
I couldn't check it on other devices unfortunately. Maybe the issue occurs on devices with Intel Atom CPUs? I tried changing power saving setings, but no success, the distortion keeps appearing every time I switch to home screen or other app.
If you do that, I hope your app won't be as expensive as the tools made by some of your competitors.
I'm making an application that, apart from other types of content (text, images, etc.), includes an audio player, as well. The player, of course, uses HTML5 and jQuery. It plays Shoutcast and Icecast streams. When my app is visible on the screen, the audio plays fine, however, when I minimize the app or switch to some other application, the audio becomes very distorted and it's very hard to listen without smashing the smartphone on the wall :P Is there any way to fix this issue? Or this is just the way WebViews work?
What about persistent notifications? For example, a notification showing up when the user plays audio or performs some other action.
Most probably he means downloading files such as mp3s' etc. and saving them into device's storage.
There's an issue with iframes. If the iframe refers to a local document (i. e. iframe src="example.html") then the user will be redirected to that document and your menu will not be shown.
There is still some issue with iframes.
When you put an iframe referring to external website such as:
everything works fine and the 'iframed' document appears exactly where it should. However, when you put an iframe referring to some local document, suh as:
the app still redirects user to that 'something.html' instead of just showing the document in iframe.
Features I would really really welcome are: