OnePlus X (E1003), Android 6.0.1, OxygenOS 3.1.4 (non-standard DPI of 420 IIRC)
Functionally wise, only very minor niggles so far:
- If you press on an item, move your finger up off the item's hitbox and then back down and let go, the item is still selected. If you press something and then move your finger down so that the page refresh action is triggered, the item selection is cancelled as expected. A minor thing but a little weird.
- Swiping left and right is something I tried to do but I'm undecided about it and I don't know whether it's just because I read the thread earlier that I tried. Monzo is the same (no left/right swiping for main nav), and I haven't read the material design guidelines so maybe it's not recommended when navigation is on the bottom. On a Monzo page with options at the top (the Payments page for example), swiping moves between the top options. WhatsApp has top navigation and left/right swiping enabled.
- When pressing the (Android) back button on the meter reading submission page, it goes back to the previous page. When pressing the back button from a page that's not the "Home" page, it closes the app. I'd expect it to only close the app if you're already on the "Home" page (like WhatsApp does for example).
- When submitting meter readings, it's nice that it stops you entering decimal points, spaces or commas, but it only does this once you've started entering numbers. No idea if it's technically possible to stop it altogether.
On the Galaxy S8+ it also doesn't expand to fit the screen by default
It doesn't do this on my device either which makes the spacing around the Bulb logo at the top look a little weird and the pink bar overly deep. (For clarification, I'm talking about expanding to colour the notification area the same colour as the app. It remains black on my phone - I have hardware buttons so the app does fill all of the space top to bottom).
I’ve quite a few other comments about the design, but that’s not specific to Android (the IOS app is basically the same from what I can see) so I’ll post elsewhere once I’ve had a chance to play with some screenshots and mock up my suggestions.
As the first (public release beta) version for Android, it’s a great start.
Oh, almost forgot. The magic email link for sign in on mobile is absolutely marvellous.