When you use only IOS app and then visit the site


Hey,have anyone something alike?How about we send each other our achivments?

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How does that even happen :thinking:

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I guess it checks if True/False and then updates the counter at the database,which then shows it at official website till the first view or something like that.

I had no idea! Here’s mine, which includes my first burns :wink:


If you’re on mobile, tap the image to view the whole thing.

EDIT: No, I didn’t do all 1897 reviews in one session - let me get back to my ~100 reviews. :wink:

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I thought for a moment someone had beaten my record of most (as far as I know) reviews in a day, in a single review session.

My 1250 reviews is safe for now…

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Wait, hasn’t the iOS app been dead for like a month?

AlliCrab is still OK for now, and there’s nothing wrong with Tsurukame (except reviewing offline :angry: doesn’t affect reviews until you’re back online)

I wonder if the WK API actually supports updates like “this item was correct on 2019/10/20 13:50” or you can only update items and it logs the current time. If it is the latter then the app can’t do much about it.

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Oh, so any app behaves like that, not just the (dead) official app?

The official ios app has been nuked? :open_mouth:

Yes. As far as I understand, they ran into a bug that required a major rewrite, so they just shelved the project for now.
That being said, they tried to hire someone to work on that project. I don’t know what happened with that.

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Yes - basically the ones that aren’t a web wrapper like Tsurukame. Ones that are like AlliCrab, uh, you already visited the official website when you did your reviews

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