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Keeping Up with TET on your Mobile Device

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Mippin Mobile Application
Works on most devices.
Mobile internet and devices have become a lot more popular since smart phones and tablets have really taken off. Especially with the launch of iphones, ipads and their Android equivalents. With so many different screen sizes to cater for my web site isn't always that easy to browse on mobile devices.

To help make your browsing experience easier I've enabled Blogger's mobile view on all my blogs. This view essentially strips back all the sidebars and leaves you with just the articles, which scale nicely to fit whatever size screen you're using.

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However if you want to keep up with everything I upload to my three blogs, two YouTube channels, My Facebook Page, Flickr, Ebay and more (so many sites that I can't even name them all off the top of my head) then I'd recommend installing my Mippin Mobile Application.

The application works as an installable app on iphones/ipads and Android devices. On all other mobile devices it gives an 'app like' experience using your mobile devices browser. It includes everything that gets channeled through my Master RSS feed and has separate sections for posts to my TET Facebook page and both my YouTube channels.

Finally if you have an Android device and would just like my main site (i.e. www.extraordinarytourist.com) installed as an app instead of having to open your browser then you could install my AppsGeyser Android App. It's no different from viewing this site in your mobile devices browser, it just allows you to access my site directly as an app.

Comments

  1. Well, I shan't need any of that, as I'm still using a pre-paid Sony Ericsson! LOL!

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  2. You'll definitely get a whole new market if you have a mobile site of your own. Thank you and I hope you keep this in mind.

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