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POLL: B-R Blog (Mobile Version)

Posted by Neil Paine on June 9, 2011

If you've checked out the blog on your mobile device recently (perhaps while perusing our B-R Mobile Site), you may have noticed some issues with the mobile version (specifically the option to view the full version of the blog on a mobile device). So we want to know, would anyone mind if we disabled the mobile version of the blog? Vote below to let us know how you view the B-R Blog:


Thanks for your feedback!

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8 Responses to “POLL: B-R Blog (Mobile Version)”

  1. Please, whatever you do, just keep the rss feed. This is essential for me. Thanks and keep up the great work.

  2. Prefer you leave it up as I read it on the train daily.

  3. I actually use the mobile blog a lot to post responses to reader comments, but I can use my iPhone wordpress widget instead if the mobile version disappears.

  4. Generally, I can't see the full stat line for the player and it won't let me "pinch" to make it smaller

  5. I love the mobile blog, it's so much easier to use than the full version on my phone. The only problem I run into is that when a table is posted I only get the first 7 columns or so with no option to scroll right and view the rest. It seems like the program is auto-fitting the page to fit the width and just truncating the extra columns

  6. Yeah, that's one of the biggest problems we've seen -- the mobile format doesn't really allow for stat tables.

  7. Nash Bruce Says:

    This is, oftentimes, a form of relaxation, for me, at the end of my day..........need the full screen!!

  8. I usually use the full screen, but do occasionally use my mobile device.