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    Question Mobile browser

    OK Not sure if this is feasible at all. I have a mobile, res 800x480. It has the Opera browser. It's quite usable.

    I wonder if AP could have a stripped down version so I can have sth to read on the trains. I can load the full ver, but my network is slow, also opera can't hide sidebars like on PC. Some other ajax stuff also doesn't work.

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    AP does have a mobile version, but it depends on your device compatibility.

    Also look at TAPATALK, as the site is enabled for that as well
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    I grabbed the RSS feed and put it into Google and I read the mobile version of google through the phone. Maybe give that a go?

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    I've also loaded the vBulletin Mobile skin which is designed for Webkit browsers (WebKit powers Google Chrome and Safari)

    The next release of vBulletin is expected to contain an upgraded mobile skin.

    As Rick said, Tapatalk is our supported mobile solution.
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    ok you lost me. how do I do "RSS feed and put it into Google"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reaction View Post
    ok you lost me. how do I do "RSS feed and put it into Google"?
    Google reader ... Sorry my original post was me getting distracted (happens a little too easily ).

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    As suggested, Tapatalk is great for this site, and a multitude of other fora out there.

    Sure beats messing around via web browser on phones/tablets

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    i use tapatalk... works good but doesnt keep me logged in. try that.

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    I use tapatalk on my iPad. it's ok but I still like the interface on the web site and access it via safari, the site seems to lose it's character on tapatalk. be good if they could replicate the web version better.
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