- Steempeak and @esteemapp are my favorite browsers. This video is about Steempeak.
- I also like Busy, but it doesn't have the dark theme. It comes in second.
- Steemit is my last choice because I'd like to see more decentralization from Steemit Inc.
I'd like to talk about all of them but it might be too much for one video. I decided to focus on one at a time ↓
Here are the common features that I look for when I see a steem browser/interface (I kinda dunno what to call them).
- voters info - can I see all the upvotes/downvotes and the details?
- voting power info - details like steem/sbd conversion and recharge time for my own voting power
- action queue - do I have to wait manually?
- ui - does it look good? does it have a dark theme? how much friction is there when I'm browsing?
Even though Steemit is not the only choice, it's still dominant. Personally, the only time I use it is when I'm changing my passwords. I hope to see more competition between dapps on the steem blockchain (not just the interfaces). So far I haven't seen perfect ui that I truly like, which is why I like to switch around for now. I feel like people are too focused on the geeky/technical parts of the blockchain that they're kinda forgetting about the end users.
I hope you enjoy the video. My own little apps are coming too. I'll see you soon.