All Fat Cat apps are now connectable even though
you purchase and install them separately!
We spent six months pioneering technology that allows
apps to interact with each other. And we just spent another six months
maiking it easier to use and customize.
This technology allows you to switch from one Fat
Cat app to another without using the physical Home button on your
device. Just use the Send button within the Fat Cat app. (The Home
button is sometimes blocked to prevent users from running other apps
on the device.) This connectability also allows you to create a text
message using several different Fat Cat apps.
If you have been regularly using your Fat Cat apps,
the first time you run a new Fat Cat app the connections may be made
automatically. If not, here is what you do.
1) Make sure all your Fat Cat apps have the latest
2) Open all your Fat Cat apps (dont turn any off).
3) Open all of them again.
Thats it for Android. For Apple it's only the
first half of it, because you can now edit the transfer page.
The procedure above will make the apps aware of each
other. Now you just have to make sure that they
show up on the transfer page where you want them. (The transfer page
shows when you push the send button in the taskbar.) Here are the
steps for editing the transfer page.
1) Enable editing. Open the General Settings
app on the desktop. Go to the particular Fat Cat app, and mke
sure that "Allow Editing" is turned on.
2) Go into editing mode. Ope the particular Fat Cat app
for which you are editing the transfer page. Tap the Gear button
on the task bar, then tap Settings. Scroll down and make sure
that both editing buttons are turned to "on". Then tap
3) Now edit the transfer page. Tap the Send button on the
top taskbar. Press any button or outline of a button. A scrollable
list of Fat Cat apps will appear. Chose the one you want to put
in that space on the transfer page (or select None, or press Cancel).
4) Finish up. When you are done making edits, then go back
tap the Gear button, tap the Settings button, and turn the bottm
editing buttonoff. If you want to "lock" these changes in, you
can turn the top editing button off as well. (You can always go
back to the Genral Settings app, then turn allow editing on again.)
With the new transfer page, you might allow only certain
apps to connect to certain others. You might not want any apps connecting
toemail, instant messaging or Twitter. You might want to arrange the
transfer pages in allyour apps so that they look the samae, or certain
apps are grouped together. It's your choice, and we support it.