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    Default interbasket friendly smart-phones / web-able Cellphones

    Which smart-phone or web-able cellphones seems best to connect and use interbasket?

    Now I use a LG Cookie K555me web enable phone but it is not interbasket-friendly as forms and posts seem to take forever to load and the cookie's screen resolution limits other web pages and the cookie lacks support for flash and CSS. I guess that's what you pay for a $120 phone.

    Anyone here have accessed interbasket on the net using a smart-phone or web enabled cellphone like iphone, blackberry, google-android, motorola and other brands? How was it?

    Maybe you can help me decide on which phone to save up and buy.
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    Tried browsing interbasket with my dad's Android phone and I was impressed. Now I want one.
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    work great under Android (HTC Desire) and also on iPad
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetram View Post
    work great under Android (HTC Desire) and also on iPad
    Thanks for the info on Android. Well, ipad is a personal computer, anyone tried surfing on iphones?
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    Borrowed my brother's iphone and it was also great.
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    it seems you answered your own questions dearie
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    Just wanted to inform people that's all.

    I think that will be the purpose of this thread from now on.

    I will provide screenshots from now on.
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    My Nokia E72 can't access IBN! I'll swap this for an Android Phone.
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    I might try either Nokia N900 or N8. Hopefully these phones can access IBN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by obama2008 View Post
    I might try either Nokia N900 or N8. Hopefully these phones can access IBN.
    I once tried the N900 on a Nokia store in Gateway Cubao. As a part of their promotion, they were letting people use the N900 for internet surfing. Tried it with interbasket and it worked just fine. IBN's forums fits nicely on the N900's LCD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    I once tried the N900 on a Nokia store in Gateway Cubao. As a part of their promotion, they were letting people use the N900 for internet surfing. Tried it with interbasket and it worked just fine. IBN's forums fits nicely on the N900's LCD.


    Cool! I'm gonna buy that Nokia N900. Maybe this October in time of Oktoberfest celebrations. October is my birth month. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by obama2008 View Post
    Cool! I'm gonna buy that Nokia N900. Maybe this October in time of Oktoberfest celebrations. October is my birth month. Lol.
    No surprise there, the Nokia N900 is a mini-computer / smart phone packaged in one module. It also supports youtube vids which are posted plenty on IBN.

    Overall, I recommend the N900 for the forumers on the go and posting on IBN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    No surprise there, the Nokia N900 is a mini-computer / smart phone packaged in one module. It also supports youtube vids which are posted plenty on IBN.

    Overall, I recommend the N900 for the forumers on the go and posting on IBN.

    I'm gonna get that baby!
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    Tried 2 browse IBN with the Nokia N8 and Apple iphone 4:

    Nokia N8

    Browsing was great. But the fonts were small and had to adjust screen size but the screen resolution at default was great for the mobile forums browsing experience.


    Apple iphone 4

    The browsing was great as well. At default, the screen resolution offers the right text and graphic emphasis. Initially, FLASH was not supported so which means some youtube vids (non-HTML5) does not show altogether. One has to download a plug-in to enable them youtube videos.


    Next up: Windows Phone 7 on the Samsung FOCUS and HTC HD7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    Nokia N8

    Browsing was great. But the fonts were small and had to adjust screen size but the screen resolution at default was great for the mobile forums browsing experience.

    Next up: Windows Phone 7 on the Samsung FOCUS and HTC HD7.
    facing the same problem with N8

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    I use an HTC Thunderbolt now. Best phone I ever had.
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    I got Samsung Galaxy SIII (Android).. the IBN Forum looks ok but in full-mode (HD)... there's no mobile version.. I wish there's mobile version though...


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    I now use an LG Optimus G Pro. Surfing has been smooth. Maybe one day there will be an IBN app based on tapatalk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    I now use an LG Optimus G Pro. Surfing has been smooth. Maybe one day there will be an IBN app based on tapatalk.
    hehehe that would be awesome .... the full mode in my phone is ok but I prefer something more friendly app... easier to browse and post anything..


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    I found this http://www.vbulletin.com/mobile/ ... but its $299... and there's no way Stuart will pay that big to make the forum compatible to smartphones... unless, every single forumer donate some money to get $299...


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