ROBLOX Mobile has officially been available for a week. In the time since its launch, we’ve been closely monitoring the app to ensure a good user experience and listening to your feedback. Today, we’re pleased to announce all ROBLOX games are available to all users on ROBLOX Mobile. This should give you a great opportunity to enjoy ROBLOX — whether you’re a Builders Club member or not — during your travels and free time over the upcoming holiday break. You can log into ROBLOX Mobile now and play all of the millions of games you and your fellow users have created. Simply touch the “See More” button under All Games.Continue reading
Updated 12/14 at 3:37 p.m. PT: We’ve released an update to ROBLOX Mobile that improves performance and in-game control, and makes the White Earbuds accessible via the mobile catalog on all iOS devices.
I’m excited to announce to everyone in the ROBLOX community — new members and old — that, as of today, ROBLOX Mobile is no longer in beta and all users can play ROBLOX on their iOS device of choice: iPad 2+, iPhone 4+ and iPod touch 5th Generation. First off, there are a few ways you can get the app:
- If you’re reading this post on an iOS device with wi-fi, click this link, then touch “Install” to get the app
- Otherwise, view the app in iTunes Preview, then click the “View in iTunes” button and download
- Or, search the iTunes App Store for “ROBLOX Mobile”
ROBLOX puts great effort into developing unified code that runs across multiple platforms – PC, Mac and soon iPad – on a wide variety of hardware and software configurations. This summer, as we ratcheted up development efforts for ROBLOX on mobile devices and tablets, we found the software we use to compile our code was only compatible with either Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or mobile devices. We were faced with a tough decision: maintain a separate code base for OS X 10.5 or discontinue support for it.
In the interest of unified code, fast updates and future expansion to more platforms, we have opted to discontinue support for OS X 10.5. The change will take effect in the next two weeks.Continue reading
In the time since its launch, ROBLOX has gone from being compatible with Internet Explorer to five major browsers, including Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera. As part of our ongoing effort to streamline ROBLOX, we recently removed a legacy of single-browser support: the embedded browser in the ROBLOX Player.Continue reading