IDFA gave you full ammo without the keys.
It's not really the same game. Movement is slow with lots of canned animations that slow down gameplay. This is not the crazy fun deathmatch of the past. It's another plodding shooter where you creep along.
Browsing source on my repositories I can use Ctrl-F just fine - which other apps have you encountered that?
I have to admit I've never tried using the UI over dial-up, but that seems like a pretty niche issue for most people. You could still use a command line or other git client instead which would perform a lot better with that kind of network constraint... I totally agree with those who say the modern web has gotten too bloated but for something like BitBucket I would hate to lose some nice features the site has to accommodate those with really slow connections.
If anyone can take over the throne from GitHub, why would it not be BitBucket? They produce the excellent and free Git client Sourcetree, and all around have a more reasonable pricing model than GitHub.
It's not like I don't have a GitHub account, everyone does, but I also have a BitBucket account and have no qualms switching to them entirely if GitHub really starts being a problem (well, MORE of a problem since they did just recently have a big outage... perhaps that was early warning).
"Don't worry, your data is encrypted and nobody will ever know what it is besides our business partners."
Then use progressive enhancement. In the HTML page, send a "To log out, close your browser" message. Attach a script that replaces this message with a button to log out as described in the linked answer. To get past the extension that blocks non-free scripts, distribute this script under a free software license and add appropriate metadata.
That's only because most people are too unaware to realize they perform much worse with a mobile device than they would with proper keyboard, monitor, and software. Then they export their subpar output to others. Who wants to sit there and read badly 'corrected' txt gibberish in an email concerning a critical issue?
The day all the 'workstation' work requires paying up the ass in 'service' fees for access to remote clusters is the day computing for the masses truly dies.
mobile != desktop workload.
"It takes all sorts of in & out-door schooling to get adapted to my kind of fooling" - R. Frost