The mobile app really needs the grammar tips!.
It really is missing, as 95% mobile user, I am really missing out on the grammar, I can easily do the exercises, but I can't create new sentences because I was taught no grammar besides the ones I see in the sentences I translate.
I am studying French, but I am sure this applies pretty much to all languages.
You can also use Duolingo's web version (www.duolingo.com) in the browser of your mobile phone, when you have rather good Wifi or 4G/LTE and an internet bundle.
I have always both open on my phone, so I can read the grammar Tips and notes in the web version before I do a lesson in the App.
Good tip, Pentaan! What I've done as well, is copy and paste the Tips & Notes sections into a Google Docs document. You can put Google Docs as an app on your phone. Google Docs can be made available offline, so then you don't have to open and use your phone's browser.
That is also a good tip, Dutchesse722!
But I have always both open on my mobile phone. After each lesson in the App, I need to check if my App has synchronized his XP with my web version, before I can start with a new lesson. Sometimes it takes 5-10 minutes.
Maybe it depends on the operating system and/or browser of your phone. Maybe you only have to empty the memory of your browser.
(My phone has Android 7.1.1 and Firefox)
In my accounts they are still there. But you have to set the browser of your phone/tablet in the "Desktop mode".
The "mobile mode" is really awful in the new web version, indeed.
I go through newly available lessons in advance and save the notes in Evernote.