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#1 OFFLINE   BubblePuppy

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Posted 27 January 2010 - 09:48 AM

Since us BlackBerry users have such a crappy browser it might be great to add this to this forum: http://www.berryblab.com/Default.aspx

http://forums.crackb...ckberry-412171/
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Posted 27 January 2010 - 05:08 PM

Since us BlackBerry users have such a crappy browser it might be great to add this to this forum: http://www.berryblab.com/Default.aspx

http://forums.crackb...ckberry-412171/

Basically we really don't want to do this. The issue with this is all data flows though their servers, including login info etc. Basically, the data is out of our control. We would also have no control if they choose at some point to insert ads. After all, it runs though their servers. They need to make $$$ somehow.

There is the same sort of app for the iPhone as well. We did not install it for the same reasons.

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Posted 27 January 2010 - 05:14 PM


There is the same sort of app for the iPhone as well. We did not install it for the same reasons.


:( and this one (Tapatalk)now works with Android, with Nokia (Beta) and Blackberry sometime in Febriuary.
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#4 OFFLINE   BubblePuppy

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Posted 27 January 2010 - 05:27 PM

Basically we really don't want to do this. The issue with this is all data flows though their servers, including login info etc. Basically, the data is out of our control. We would also have no control if they choose at some point to insert ads. After all, it runs though their servers. They need to make $$$ somehow.

There is the same sort of app for the iPhone as well. We did not install it for the same reasons.


Thanks for the reply. I can understand why you don't want that, it makes sense to me.
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Posted 28 January 2010 - 02:14 AM

Since us BlackBerry users have such a crappy browser


Im not sure which browser you're using...
I highly recommend BOLT.
It's the most current-web compatible mobile browser I've come upon.
I've tried opera but it doesn't handle scripts well (I can't login to alot of places, like my bank!).
I've heard rumors of a mobile build of firefox but haven't looked too hard.

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Posted 28 January 2010 - 05:56 AM

Im not sure which browser you're using...
I highly recommend BOLT.
It's the most current-web compatible mobile browser I've come upon.
I've tried opera but it doesn't handle scripts well (I can't login to alot of places, like my bank!).
I've heard rumors of a mobile build of firefox but haven't looked too hard.


I switch between the native browser, Bolt, and Opera Mini Beta 5.
Not impressed with Opera. I like Bolt but would like a zoom on the fly function. The native is ok with a bit of tweaking. Rim is working on a new browser but who knows when it will see the light.
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