When is a mobile app coming?
This is something we very much want to accomplish. Understand that there is only one developer working on this project. Actually, there are only two people working on the project, David and Sarah. Maintaining a web app is hard enough, but we are working on a real app. We just did a pretty big rewrite of all our code to make the app easier to turn into an iOS and Android app.
With each platform we choose to support, we make the project more complicated. Adding iOS will mean adding Swift as a language (one which David has spent quite a bit of time learning over the past few months), together with several libraries of tools. Adding Android will do the same, and anyone who has worked on iOS and Android apps will tell you that Android apps are harder to make, like a lot harder to make. So while we’re hoping to eventually have an iOS app and an Android app, iOS will likely come first. We may actually have to enlist help from another developer to get an Android app done, but we do want to do it as well.
We plan, by the way, to support offline mode for most of the app’s features—although due to the nature of how Relight is made, some advanced features, like Backlinks will likely always require an internet connection.