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I've installed Easy XKCD and set it as the default to open any xkcd links. Works like a charm, has a better interface than the mobile site. I think it might have been made by a redditor. But yeah, it's certainly annoying that the mobile site doesn't turn up anywhere unless you make it.
I have a tip for the xkcd-addicted: download Easy xkcd, enable its offline mode, and then assign xkcd links in Slide to always open externally with it. Result: instant loading of xkcd links, with optional inverted night mode and alt text!
Alternatively you could switch to the free open source xkcd Android client "Easy xkcd" which displays them flawlessly on it's own:
These two are both very good and each has its strengths. Let me know which you like more.
Falls du Android hast, ist diese App zu empfehlen:
Hat die XKCD Wiki integriert, wenn's mal wieder zu sehr Astrophysik und Programmiererjargon ist.
Auch sehr zu empfehlen (und integriert) ist Randal's "What If...?" Blog.
Agreed; Oglaf is amazing, but the site site desperately needs a redesign for mobile.
In the same vein, the XKCD mobile site isn't great, but Easy XKCD makes it a joy to read.
My favorite way to view is the open-source app Easy XKCD(Play Store).
I tend to use an app for viewing XKCD nowadays, but it still loads for me (also using Android Nougat).
Is there an error that comes up when you load the page?
Have you tried loading using mobile data instead of WiFi?
Have you got some adblock or data saver software installed on your phone?
>Post a number between 1 and 10000, I'll pick the winner in ~10 hours!
>btw, if you're an Android user and like xkcd, check out my open source app Easy xkcd (not mandatory for winning the giveaway of course :D )
>EDIT: random.org generated the random number 4509 and /u/RhazinHell won with 4512!
My preference is towards Easy xkcd
Easy xkcd does this, along with material design, notifications, night mode and many more
I like using "Easy xkcd" app.
Linkme: Easy xkcd
Edit: The bot got it wrong, here's the link to the right one: Easy xkcd
I'm guessing the transcriber would get annoying fast
Great idea :)
Would you mind if I implemented this into my open source app Easy xkcd?
It's also on the play store: [link]
The random function from this android app works better.
No it's not my app.