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Safari or Chrome for Trello on Apple platforms

In my long experience - two weeks :) - of using Trello, I have been using the Safari browser on macOS and also (mainly) on iOS.

Are there any compelling reasons to consider using Chrome on either macOS or iOS? I don't use Chrome otherwise; the app is not installed on any of my devices.

Also, what's the point of the iOS app? There doesn't appear to be anything that can't be done in Safari, and there are things that can't be done in the app.

What's your view?


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Iain Dooley
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May 05, 2019

@Roger Cavanagh there are tonnes of Chrome extensions for Trello so that might be a factor in your decision for web usage on the desktop.

The app barely functions in Safari on iOS, but I still use it for a couple of things:

1) I copy a link to a card from the app and paste it into Safari so I can see the titles of cards linked in checklist items and;

2) I use Safari on iOS to get the email address of a card if required (much more rare) which you can't do on the mobile app

Basically everything else works on the app so I think those are the only 2 scenarios where I need to use Safari on iOS.


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