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#115491 27-Mar-2013 12:40
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Apart from using a browser, whats alternative ways people have found to read Geekzone forums using a Android & IOS device?

The mobile version of the site is light/fast but it's also has less functions and you lose your place etc.

The reason I ask for both is I use both an Ipad and Android phone.

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  #787867 27-Mar-2013 12:41
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I just use the main site, as it's pretty fast on a mobile device.




 

 

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  #787892 27-Mar-2013 12:59
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freitasm: I just use the main site, as it's pretty fast on a mobile device.


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  #788025 27-Mar-2013 15:25
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Off topic but can't hold my tongue lol

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Wasn't the purpose of this button  to stop these posts?


Back on topic... I use Dolphin browser on my Nexus 10 - no issues with accessing GZ - prefer Dolphin to Opera. 





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  #788061 27-Mar-2013 16:06
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As I said before, just because a feature is there it doesn't mean people will use it...




 

 

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#788157 27-Mar-2013 18:14
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freitasm: I just use the main site, as it's pretty fast on a mobile device.


Viewing the full site is legible on an Ipad but from my mobile I see a series of dots.
You must have strong reading glasses :-D

Zooming in is a pain as it doesnt wrap the page so you have to keep sliding across to see a full line.



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