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Forum App For Mobile Phones

Making a mobile app would require a lot of time and cost a lot of money, and it wouldn't offer much benefit over just browsing the site using the browser on your phone (provided that you're using a recent, standards-compliant browser).

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Hello,

 

I know this is a pretty big suggestion, and would obviously require a lot of work to be put into place, but I, and I believe many other people, would enjoy a Linus Tech Tips Forums App for mobile phones.

 

Yes, you can access the forums from a browser from a mobile device, but having a dedicated app would be really useful in my opinion.

 

Thanks!

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The Browser Is extremely sophisticated, and a mobile app with just be redundant.

 

only reason i could see an app is for notifications.  


 

 

 

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Making a mobile app would require a lot of time and cost a lot of money, and it wouldn't offer much benefit over just browsing the site using the browser on your phone (provided that you're using a recent, standards-compliant browser).


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26 minutes ago, colonel_mortis said:

Making a mobile app would require a lot of time and cost a lot of money, and it wouldn't offer much benefit over just browsing the site using the browser on your phone (provided that you're using a recent, standards-compliant browser).

Also the forums works just fine on phones, maybe a lil bit slower but it's just fine


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