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Mobile app - save or remember previous searches

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Really simple one this, and I actually nicked the idea from twitter app.

If you enter something in the search field, would be good if it remembered previous search history so previous searches can easily be recalled.


I think this would be useful and time saving.

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I will make sure I forward to the devs. You could of course set up a watchlist for things you know you search for regularly, but I appreciate this isn't quite the same... 

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Indeed, and I use watchlists. Sometimes though its just a case of checking back on something that I have previously searched for. See what the devs say but I think there is merit in it 

Search > Recent Searches

(some apps list last 5 searches) along with an 'x' to clear search history.

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