How do you use the Companion?

Hi all!

The Kodular Companion is an amazing tool that enables you to live test your apps, and we’d like to know how you use it in your workflow! Please answer the questions below so we can gather some insights into the same.

How do you use the Creator?
  • Desktop
  • Mobile/Tablet

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Please do not answer the questions below if you use the Creator on a desktop

If you said mobile/tablet, how do you use the Companion?
  • On another mobile/tablet
  • On the same device
  • I don’t use the Companion for testing

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Please do not answer the question below if you don’t use the Companion

If you said you use the Companion on the same device or on another mobile/tablet, how do you rate the experience?
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If you said you use the Companion while using the Creator from a mobile/tablet device, we’d like to know more about your development experience. Feel free to elaborate as a reply to this topic!

Cheers and happy Koding!

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It’s good, but not when using Chrome, so rated 6 :grimacing:

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Well, if the user doesn’t have a good internet connection and a good computer, my experience was bad. So, I changed my notebook and it improved. Dependence on a good connection is a bad factor.

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Don’t. (At least when you want to use the Companion.)

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I use Companion most of the time and use chrome as it’s good.

Hope it’ll be fixed soon

I’ve revised my post

It clearly doesn’t violate any rules then why it’s flagged? It’s just a review. And Vishwas said:

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Don’t use anything built on Chromium. Not just :google: Chrome.

Using a browser is related to the Companion, as it’s the only way to make use of the Companion. Do not report this as “off-topic”.

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English Allowed Only…

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The Companion is a very useful tool, but unfortunately it does not work very often in browsers like Chrome and Firefox :slightly_frowning_face:

And it would be nice if you had a way to connect the emulator via USB on arm-based Macs
And also an understandable guide to running this service​:wink:

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