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1st March 2012, 03:38 AM   |  #1  
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Over downloading Mediafire links for the latest version of Tapatalk, I found myself running into an app almost alike.
The app is called Forum Runner.
Two things...
#1. The free version does everything Tapatalk does and more, downfall is you can't post attachments.
#2. The Dev himself told me that in the paid version you'd soon be able to add your favorite unlisted forums.

So should you try? Yes.
I didn't post attachments when I had Tapatalk because the quality had become shot out.


Give a go.

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12th April 2012, 01:17 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by AspiringPoet

Over downloading Mediafire links for the latest version of Tapatalk, I found myself running into an app almost alike.
The app is called Forum Runner.
Two things...
#1. The free version does everything Tapatalk does and more, downfall is you can't post attachments.
#2. The Dev himself told me that in the paid version you'd soon be able to add your favorite unlisted forums.

So should you try? Yes.
I didn't post attachments when I had Tapatalk because the quality had become shot out.


Give a go.


sorry i rather use tapatalk/xda apps

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sorry i rather use tapatalk/xda apps
12th April 2012, 12:40 PM   |  #3  
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Well it seemed like a really nice app...right up to the part where I hit 'reply' and it told me that was a premium feature...I don't mind paying for an app but that's such a basic function it should really be included in the free version.

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Well it seemed like a really nice app...right up to the part where I hit 'reply' and it told me that was a premium feature...I don't mind paying for an app but that's such a basic function it should really be included in the free version.

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I used this app for a while and I swear I remember reply working just fine. Then a couple of days ago I tried it after uploading a new ROM and all of a sudden reply became a premium feature... that's garbage.
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25th June 2012, 06:59 PM   |  #5  
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Tapatalk looks nice but?
How can I find out if the forums I use regularly work with tapatalk? With no free lite version it is difficult to know if it s a good investment or not. People keep referring to Tapatalk or XDA but surely the XDA app is just for XDA Dev forums and not for multiple forums (fora?) - I think developers would sell a lot more copies of good apps if they made trial versions available.

Are there any other multiple forum readers out there?
26th June 2012, 07:22 PM   |  #6  
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How can I find out if the forums I use regularly work with tapatalk? With no free lite version it is difficult to know if it s a good investment or not. People keep referring to Tapatalk or XDA but surely the XDA app is just for XDA Dev forums and not for multiple forums (fora?) - I think developers would sell a lot more copies of good apps if they made trial versions available.

Are there any other multiple forum readers out there?

Go to the website on your phone and it should pop up a message. If not, then it probably isn't supported.

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Originally Posted by AspiringPoet

Over downloading Mediafire links for the latest version of Tapatalk, I found myself running into an app almost alike.
The app is called Forum Runner.
Two things...
#1. The free version does everything Tapatalk does and more, downfall is you can't post attachments.
#2. The Dev himself told me that in the paid version you'd soon be able to add your favorite unlisted forums.

So should you try? Yes.
I didn't post attachments when I had Tapatalk because the quality had become shot out.


Give a go.

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I would advise you to try the free BuzzBundle version. It has much more to offer

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