Using Webflow on iOS11 iPads

With the features brought in by the upcoming iOS11 App would you guys foresee adding on the iOS Web Browsers with say the iPad Pro to be able to create websites in Webflow? 

From what I see I assume it would be almost as easy as adding in javascript to allow the browsers to work.

  • Tristan Crum
  • Jun 13 2017
  • Troy Jacobs commented
    18 May, 2018 05:39am

    The problem is they keep merging the wrong requests together. There’s 2: 1 for cms changes and one for a designer app (or at the very least being able to use the web app designer on an iPad). 

    I personally would like to be able to use the designer on my iPad in one form or another. Making cms changes is trivial. 

  • Patrick Burnett commented
    3 May, 2018 10:19pm

    Putting in my vote to be able to work in Webflow on my iPad Pro!

  • Filip Sipos commented
    22 Aug, 2017 07:52pm

    It is perfectly functional on the iPad 12.3 even the UI is just fine even with fingers! With the keyboard and mouse or pen it’s even better...I can already do everything just fine but save...why webflow - if we request desktop version it works on all android devices so why not allow it on iPad too?? Just give us a pop up message that it is not designed for touch device if you must but let us save the work.....you don’t even have to develope anything new just remove the bit of a code that prevents us from saving the work! PLEASE

     

    Also this should be merged with the other request for the same thing and the votes added up

  • Filip Sipos commented
    22 Jun, 2017 02:15am

    yes, there is absolutely no reason why we can use webflow on the new iPads especially the 12.9. We don't need touch support and we don't care that the UI size is relatively small for touch, apple pencil or any Bluetooth mouse works on iPad same way it does on desktop!

  • Johnny Liabø commented
    17 Jun, 2017 03:34pm

    With the new drag and drop feature in iOS 11, Webflow Designer could finally be working on the tablet. Please look into this Webflow, as there seem to be lots og people wanting to work from their iPads! Having tried the iPad in Webflow Designer (unfortunately in Read-only mode because it's not supported), I realize drag and drop is all you need!

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