Color Updates Its iPhone App With More Intelligible Icons, Navigation And Faster Speed
Bye bye 69 symbol. Valley media darling/scapegoat Color has updated its iPhone App in iTunes to address certain um, user interface issues. Peter Pham tells me the update was crowdsourced and and already it looks like the largest user complaints have been addressed, at least cursorily.
The homepage icons now have text descriptions like a Map for “Nearby,” a Globe for “Feed,” a Calendar for “History” and a Letter for News. It’s also a lot easier to delete a photo and to view user profiles.
Already this is an improvement over what existed before but Pham tells me there’s an even larger re-vamp to come, “This is just the beginning.”
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