I'm working on an iphone app and one issue we have come across is that we have a few pages where content ends at the bottom of the screen, but there is more content available via scrolling. Because nothing is overlapping the bottom of the screen, there is really no invitation to scroll. Unless you simply try it because you know pages on the iphone can scroll, you'd miss the content.
While we could design the page so that the stuff at the bottom overlaps, it's actually a list of actionable items and we want them to be visible.
As I browse other apps, I don't see any specific methods for inviting users to scroll. I tried using a subtle gradation at the bottom of the page but I felt that was problematic (you'd have to lose it at some point when you get to the bottom and it would "wink out") and it really didn't do the job.
Has anyone faced this issue and if so, what were your solutions? I have thoughts of popping in a little arrow at the bottom right when there is more, but I'm not sure that makes sense.