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The wife gave me an Android tablet, for my birthday, and I thought it would be another way to visit iKC, when I'm out and about.

Ok, I'm not the most up-to-date or technically savy person on the block;  I'm pretty comfortable on the desk top and have gotten used to using my little netbook, but this "Android" thing is a whole new ball game.

I like it for it's size (7"),  better battery life than the netbook and the ability to use it as an e-book reader, but trying to visit iKC is problematic at best. 

I've tried several different browsers and found only 1 (Opera) that will let me view the site in any format that resembles what I'm used to.  Most only give a small set of views (like the recent activities feed), even when requesting the "Desktop" view.

Opera does give the standard view, but provides a limited functionality.

Steve has said that Ning is working on a portable version, but that's in the future.

So..., with all the "Android" phones and tablets out there, what's everyone else using to view iKC?

 

 

 

 

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Comment by J.J. Smith III on May 18, 2012 at 6:26
The only Google browser that I have available is "Black Google", aan energy saving app that searches in black and white.  Webpages show up correct though.  Might have to see about getting Google "Chrome" from a third party app store.
When I find the best browser for iKC, then I'm going to try to make a shortcut for the home screen.
Comment by stephen tungate on May 17, 2012 at 21:59

jj i don't know if this is much help but i used google to go to iknifecollector and i use a gmail address and it worked i keep missing with it that way and ning poped up i hit that and it worked.maybe it was a fluek but it worked for me..

Comment by J.J. Smith III on May 17, 2012 at 20:07
Jan, I bought my netbook to get the feel of "mobile" communicating. It's not in league with a full fledged notebook/laptop, but it's mighty handy.
Comment by J.J. Smith III on May 17, 2012 at 20:03
Full version on every thing but Opera doesn't look like the desk top version.
I'm more pleased with it, even without all the posting functions.
Comment by Jan Carter on May 17, 2012 at 18:52

Like you, Desktop and netbook

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