Click and Drop Mobile App
Hi you currently have click and drop desktop, it would be massively beneficial for us to have this on an app for android/ios
There are many businesses who have one or two people who can apply postage to the account on a desktop
Having the ability to do this on an app would allow a lot more mobile agile working and save a lot of time for businesses and be hugely impactive for us and others
Hi all and thanks for your suggestions. There are currently no plans to optimise Click & Drop for use on mobile devices and/or tablets or to create a specific app for mobiles.
If there is enough demand for a mobile version of the website – we will give this further consideration for the future.
Trying to use the web site on a mobile is a joke, if it had been designed pre 2010 we might have understood why it was not mobile friendly.
@Tim Scott We all work in different ways, our cave that we work from has no electric sockets for computers, so updating the orders to being packed, by mobile, is sometimes important as C&D can take so long to update them on Amazon, eBay & our own website.
Explain how you will know there is 'enough demand' ?
I think it would be useful to see if orders arrived, instead of logging in and out on the desktop to check
Tim Scott commented
The only advantage I can see with a mobile app would be to use the phone camera as a barcode scanner for use with scan and print
@Administrator It is not really about an app but your system being "Mobile Friendly".
I should be able to log in and use the site through a browser that adapts to a mobile/tablet view.
Hi all, and thanks for your suggestions.
While optimised for Desktop computers, Click & Drop can be used on mobile devices and tablets.
Our Click & Drop Desktop app is specifically designed to be used with your own systems that create spreadsheets and drop them into a folder on a local or shared folder. This method of operation would not be suitable for mobile devices.
We are interested in hearing what functionality you would like to see from a Click & Drop mobile app that so we can give this some proper consideration.
Royal Mail are stuck in the dark ages, when will they release an app?
The power of web apps make mobile apps kinda redundant. Im using the web app to run my businesses in mobile and its almost as agile as the desktop app. I agree with you on one hand because the web app is designed for desktops as its not responsive to mobile interfaces. Royal mail in this day and age should cater for all interfaces especially mobile as most web interactions are by mobile devices.