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Thread: Mobile versions of websites. Anyone actually use them?

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    Default Mobile versions of websites. Anyone actually use them?

    Can't stand them. Full version for this guy, and I REALLY hate the ones that don't have a "desktop" version for your device, and force you to use the handicapped version.

    But everyone has em. So someone must be using them.

    Do you? Why?
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    i fucking hate when websites redirect me to try to open the page on their app

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    I always use the 780 mobile(lightweight) version.

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    Nope. Not one.

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    I vastly prefer most mobile sites. I can't understand why many have an app, AND a mobile site. Pick mobile! Then it's easier to simply cruise through bookmarks rather than launching a dozen apps.
    I'll switch to desktop version if I need to do something complicated.

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    Depends if I'm on WiFi or not.
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    Only the lightweight 780 version.


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    Lightweight 780 is the only mobile site I liked. I use tapatalk now though.
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    To be honest any web developer building a modern website that actually can work outside of garbage like word press should be using responsive web design concepts (ie bootstrap). The whole idea of a separate desktop/mobile site is just silly.
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