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mduckworth
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Join date: Aug 2007
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Someone who is good with computers and creating apps should create a T-Nation app. It would be cool if out and about in my daily activities or taking a long journey somewhere I could just get my phone/iPod out and start reading some articles.

Couldn't find a good place to post this, so the beginners forum will do.

If anyone knows anybody who could create one, try and get them to go forward with it. Would be a cool idea - anyone agree/disagree? I thought it was a good idea...

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fr0IVIan
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Join date: Sep 2010
Posts: 1986

I'll settle for a mobile-optimized site... but I agree with you.

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Ct. Rockula
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Join date: Oct 2008
Posts: 17144

I have never had any isues using T-Nation on my mobile browser. I havent logged onto this site via PC since last winter.

I can pull up all the articles and the search function works. Videos work too.



An app? I think it would suck like all the other site apps like FB.

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dshroy
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Join date: Apr 2008
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Ct. Rockula wrote:
I have never had any isues using T-Nation on my mobile browser. I havent logged onto this site via PC since last winter.

I can pull up all the articles and the search function works. Videos work too.



An app? I think it would suck like all the other site apps like FB.

mobile browser? PC? videos? what the fuck is all this malarkey you speak of?

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Ct. Rockula
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Join date: Oct 2008
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dshroy wrote:
Ct. Rockula wrote:
I have never had any isues using T-Nation on my mobile browser. I havent logged onto this site via PC since last winter.

I can pull up all the articles and the search function works. Videos work too.



An app? I think it would suck like all the other site apps like FB.

mobile browser? PC? videos? what the fuck is all this malarkey you speak of?


Vampire technology

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Stern
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Join date: Feb 2010
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Ct. Rockula wrote:
dshroy wrote:
Ct. Rockula wrote:
I have never had any isues using T-Nation on my mobile browser. I havent logged onto this site via PC since last winter.

I can pull up all the articles and the search function works. Videos work too.



An app? I think it would suck like all the other site apps like FB.

mobile browser? PC? videos? what the fuck is all this malarkey you speak of?


Vampire technology


lols ^^

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gregron
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Join date: Oct 2009
Posts: 13490

the site works fine on my iphone except I cant see embedded youtube videos and I cannot upload pics directly from my phone. If there was an option to uploads pics straight from my phone there would be no need for an app IMO.

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RSGZ
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Join date: Jun 2005
Posts: 9673

It's been asked before.

You'd need to develop at least 3 or 4 different apps, for each of the popular platforms out there. Way too much work, a mobile site would be a much better option.

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RSGZ
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Join date: Jun 2005
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gregron wrote:
the site works fine on my iphone except I cant see embedded youtube videos and I cannot upload pics directly from my phone. If there was an option to uploads pics straight from my phone there would be no need for an app IMO.


Get a better phone. HA!

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HoustonGuy
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Join date: Jul 2011
Posts: 7255

There is an anabolic minds app that pulls from various sites, including T-Nation.

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DoubleDuce
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Join date: Jul 2008
Posts: 12623

The site works on my blackberry, but the menu bar and lack of mobile formatting make it a pain.

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etaco
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Join date: Mar 2003
Posts: 2718

There's not much point in a dedicated app since the whole T-Nation experience is web driven anyway. I agree though that a mobile optimized version would be a nice touch but it may not be worth the effort of the developers since the normal site works mostly fine on a phone anyway, minus mouseover stuff, some videos and some formatting.

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TDavidTestie
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Join date: Aug 2011
Posts: 33

Ct. Rockula wrote:
I have never had any isues using T-Nation on my mobile browser.


x2

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