faitaru wrote:Latest change makes it even worse. It now takes the following to force a restart of the app:
Double tap home button
Tap and hold waze in hotbar
Nah, you're misreading the Apple document.mwburn wrote:Yep, in fact they got it wrong and backwards.
The "recommendation" is that if your application doesn't "exit" when the home button is pressed, THEN you warn the user that it's still running (and why, etc). Granted, I don't like the idea of waze (or any other app) using a "warning" screen if I want to hit the home button and change applications either.
There's been a lot of debate about how to enlighten/inform users of apps running in the "background", with no real good overall solution. Which is why I believe Apple made it a "recommendation", and if waze incorporates this, I for one will probably turn it on less frequently, unless I'm driving for longer trips (the majority of my trips are only a few minutes).
phenagan wrote:Is there anyway to add the option in the sleep to ask if you want to sleep or shut down?
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:sketch wrote:phenagan wrote:Is there anyway to add the option in the sleep to ask if you want to sleep or shut down?
No. It's unfortunate, but this change was forced by Apple's rules.
The "putting to sleep" is yes. But the "having to tap Wake Up" every single time to start it, is all Waze's (bad) idea.
kpouer wrote:It seems the system has changed between the last beta and the release, now when waze gets the focus it is reactivated.
Big problem when finishing driving, switching to sleep mode and shut down my phone.
Then if I unlock the phone (not for driving) waze is restarted, so I have to put it again ins keep mode then switch the apps.
dougstrickland wrote:This is simply not true. Open iBooks on an iPad - open a book. Press the Home button. You are returned to the Library/bookshelf.
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