Why not put lessons in the mobile app?
I'm mostly a Mobile user, however the mobile app lack the ability to display grammatical lessons of units. I remember at the time that it was intended in order to make people use the web app more, but today I don't really understand why this choice when most people use mobiles.
Duolingo's web version www.duolingo.com also works in the Chrome browser on your phone or tablet, if you have rather good Wifi or LTE/4G with an Internet bundle
For reading the grammar "Tips and notes" on your phone/tablet you have to set the Chrome browser in "Desktop mode" via the three dots in the upper right corner of the browser.
(This might be impossible on iOS phones with a small screen)
Still a nearly-fatal shortcoming. More and more users only access via mobile. Some of these units are nearly impossible to figure out without the explanations provided in the lesson tips.
@Duolingo Devs, please fix this! This divergence between the fuller-featured desktop web version, and the bafflingly-crippled mobile web and mobile app versions, is increasingly unforgivable.
Collection of related threads:
- Is it possible to see lesson notes on mobile? -- started July 2018
- Lessons in mobile version -- started July 2018
- Why not put lessons in the mobile app? -- started November 2017
- Application itself: Where are lesson/skill tips in mobile version? -- started October 2015
- The mobile version ABSOLUTELY needs the grammar tips and notes section -- started May 2015, and currently the biggest thread with over 300 posts.
- Include 'Tips' or grammar lesson in mobile versions -- started January 2014
- Suggestion: Tips on a lesson added to mobile app -- started June 2013