I am aware the latest version of una.io has an improved integration with Jitsi Meet. This includes the support for mobile devices now with an embedded version of Jitsi in the native apps for Android and iOS; which also removes the "display: none;" css attribute that forced the Jitsi icon to remain hidden in small resolutions.
I tested a fresh installation of UNA, Nexus, Protean and Messenger just to make sure I wasn't missing something. Unfortunately it doesn't work. The now (what I assume) old css that hides the Jitsi icon in mobile devices is still there, the mobile app doesn't work either (probably due to the same reason: the icon is hidden) and even when I force to display it, the app crashes (as if the Jitsi Bundle wasn't ready); and when I use the mobile browser, it displays the default Jitsi message, not the new English key that appears here, at una.io, when you access via mobile browser to Jitsi meet:
"To make video conference more stable and reliable we have to use mobile application. It is possible to connect via our own mobile app or through the original Jitsi application. Continue with jitsi app?"
Oddly enough, when I look for this specific language key using Polyglot, it appears as if it doesn't even exist 😐 😐
So, I wonder, is una.io using a different (probably newer) version of Messenger, Nexus(?) and Protean that hasn't been deployed yet?