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Should Paulding.com have a MOBILE App?

Would you use a Paulding.com Mobile App?  

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Should Paulding.com  have a MOBILE App?

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Your software already has a mobile site, meaning it optimizes the site view for a mobile device when such is being used.  It re-shapes the site view for a mobile screen (a phone screen is tall and narrow, as compared to a short and wide computer monitor), and removes unnecessary graphics to speed load times.

The mobile site here was kinda bad prior to the upgrade, but seems to be much better now.

Meaning...P'Com now works fine on a mobile device. Save your money; a mobile app would cost you a fortune and would offer little, if any improvement.

There is also the option of Tap-a-talk, it's an app which makes it easier to post to forums from a mobile device. It was a big deal some years ago because it allowed older forum software to be viewed on phones, but now that newer forum software has mobile sites, Tap-a-talk is not being used as much anymore. https://www.tapatalk.com/

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1 hour ago, Guard dad said:

Your software already has a mobile site, meaning it optimizes the site view for a mobile device when such is being used.  It re-shapes the site view for a mobile screen (a phone screen is tall and narrow, as compared to a short and wide computer monitor), and removes unnecessary graphics to speed load times.

The mobile site here was kinda bad prior to the upgrade, but seems to be much better now.

Meaning...P'Com now works fine on a mobile device. Save your money; a mobile app would cost you a fortune and would offer little, if any improvement.

There is also the option of Tap-a-talk, it's an app which makes it easier to post to forums from a mobile device. It was a big deal some years ago because it allowed older forum software to be viewed on phones, but now that newer forum software has mobile sites, Tap-a-talk is not being used as much anymore. https://www.tapatalk.com/

Hope this helps.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Guard dad said:

Your software already has a mobile site, meaning it optimizes the site view for a mobile device when such is being used.  It re-shapes the site view for a mobile screen (a phone screen is tall and narrow, as compared to a short and wide computer monitor), and removes unnecessary graphics to speed load times.

The mobile site here was kinda bad prior to the upgrade, but seems to be much better now.

Meaning...P'Com now works fine on a mobile device. Save your money; a mobile app would cost you a fortune and would offer little, if any improvement.

There is also the option of Tap-a-talk, it's an app which makes it easier to post to forums from a mobile device. It was a big deal some years ago because it allowed older forum software to be viewed on phones, but now that newer forum software has mobile sites, Tap-a-talk is not being used as much anymore. https://www.tapatalk.com/

Hope this helps.

 

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