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  • northernladuk
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    I would like an Android app. Everytime I open on my Samsung General it is just full of crap that isn't worth reading. Must be bugged.

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  • pmeswani
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    Originally posted by Pondlife View Post
    iPhone & iPad versions.... any difference? Should I save my pennies and just get the phone version and use it on both? Or should I tell Mrs PL that we've no money for christmas as I've blown our last 2.99 on a slightly better version of the same thing for the bigger toy.
    If all you do is spend 2.99 with your mrs, I say go for it. You have nothing to lose.

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  • Pondlife
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    iPhone & iPad versions.... any difference? Should I save my pennies and just get the phone version and use it on both? Or should I tell Mrs PL that we've no money for christmas as I've blown our last 2.99 on a slightly better version of the same thing for the bigger toy.

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  • Gentile
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    Originally posted by administrator View Post
    Hi Gentile,

    Thanks for taking the time to clarify, much appreciated! Thought you had been getting the nags from here so really pleased this one plays nicely. Your Daily Wail reading surprises me

    Admin



    No worries - is a really nice system, should have done it sooner
    Know thy enemy. To be fair, The Grauniad's mobile app isn't any better.

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  • administrator
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    Originally posted by Gentile View Post
    Thanks for the response, admin. My post about was about mobile versions of websites and mobile apps in the general. I hadn't realised you'd implemented yours yet. e.g. the Daily Mail spam you with popups for their Android mobile app every single time you visit, and LinkedIn is particularly bad at trying to railroad you into their unusable mobile version. (Try doing anything beyond looking at your own profile via a smartphone on LI, e.g. looking at recommendations you've given others, and it catapults you into the crappy mobile version repeatedly until you give up in frustration. It can't even seem to remember your stated preference within the same session, let alone next time you visit. It also exhibits that lazy, annoying behaviour of taking you to a set front page when you repeatedly choose the desktop version, instead of trying to show you the page you were viewing's full version. )

    I've just checked CUK's app on my mobile devices (Android on Galaxy S2 phone, and Android on Asus Transformer tablet). Your (new?) site doesn't exhibit the above problems. It asks you once and once only on each device if you want to download your app, and then doesn't ask again. I didn't see any mobile version being presented, so I can't comment on that.
    Hi Gentile,

    Thanks for taking the time to clarify, much appreciated! Thought you had been getting the nags from here so really pleased this one plays nicely. Your Daily Wail reading surprises me

    Admin

    Originally posted by The Spartan View Post
    Thank you admin and mods, you
    No worries - is a really nice system, should have done it sooner

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  • The Spartan
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    Thank you admin and mods, you

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  • cojak
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    Yep.

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  • The Spartan
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    So the forum is now Tapatalk enabled?

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  • Gentile
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    Originally posted by administrator View Post
    Gentile - I have tried it on the iPad and works fine for me, no prompt to download the app once I have cancelled it. What device are you using when getting continually nagged?
    Thanks for the response, admin. My post about was about mobile versions of websites and mobile apps in the general. I hadn't realised you'd implemented yours yet. e.g. the Daily Mail spam you with popups for their Android mobile app every single time you visit, and LinkedIn is particularly bad at trying to railroad you into their unusable mobile version. (Try doing anything beyond looking at your own profile via a smartphone on LI, e.g. looking at recommendations you've given others, and it catapults you into the crappy mobile version repeatedly until you give up in frustration. It can't even seem to remember your stated preference within the same session, let alone next time you visit. It also exhibits that lazy, annoying behaviour of taking you to a set front page when you repeatedly choose the desktop version, instead of trying to show you the page you were viewing's full version. )

    I've just checked CUK's app on my mobile devices (Android on Galaxy S2 phone, and Android on Asus Transformer tablet). Your (new?) site doesn't exhibit the above problems. It asks you once and once only on each device if you want to download your app, and then doesn't ask again. I didn't see any mobile version being presented, so I can't comment on that.

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  • administrator
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    Gentile - I have tried it on the iPad and works fine for me, no prompt to download the app once I have cancelled it. What device are you using when getting continually nagged?

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