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    Thank you for all of the comments and votes for this idea – it has been our highest voted idea ever. We understand that a large amount of our customers use Android and would prefer a native app as opposed to the mobile website.

    In the past our strategy has been to align with the industry tools, many of which singularly support iOS. We are taking steps toward a holistic mobile approach, however at this time we can’t say with certainty that we will develop an Android app in the near future.

    We have heard your requests and appreciate that this is an important topic. We will update this idea once we have more clarity around our mobile plans. Thank you!

    Ian Shere supported this idea  · 
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    Ian Shere commented  · 

    While I like most things about FSP, the lack of a Droid app, and the loud silence from the developers regarding this is truly frustrating. About once a month I get a popup asking me if I'd recommend FSP to a friend or colleague. In the past I've ignored it. Now I will start answering and emphatic NO!

    ANY company that ignores 3/4 of the world deserves to be ignored right back. C'mon FSP, catch up to the 2000s. Apple makes up a measly 25% of users. Bout time you got with it. Especially since nearly 300 votes for a Droid app.