The issue I am seeing is around media URL’s to access apps. Specifically, if I create a hyperlink based on an app for Android (Spotify), it works just fine when viewing on an android device like a FireHD 10. If I then try and view that dashboard on an IOS device browser, using that same dashboard and clicking on that hyperlink, it fails based on the hyperlink required for IOS
While we would think most people pick common domains (android or IOS), there are lots of applications where device mixed use is in play
Maybe I am missing something here, but I don’t see how I could create a “dashboard IOS” and a “dashboard android” that ai could reference depending on the browser I am leveraging.
Please let me know if there is a way or promote the value of this and plan a future enhancement.
Thanks for the update. As you did with Sonos, having Spotify imbedded as a native application that we could express on a dashboard would provide great value. The rational is that you can specify in Spotify the device in which music can be streamed on. In a connected home, there could be several devices to stream too. Additionally being able to show the artwork of active song as well as the common control functions would really enable increased value in your solution. Let me know if this can be a consideration