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22nd April 2014, 03:19 AM   |  #1  
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Is there a mobile theme or way to view the forums on mobile?
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Is there a mobile theme or way to view the forums on mobile?



Tapatalk or XDA app from playstore
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Tapatalk or XDA app from playstore

Awesome, thanks for the quick reply. I'm going to buy the app to show support for such a great community!
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Awesome, thanks for the quick reply. I'm going to buy the app to show support for such a great community!


I'd suggest to use Tapatalk. Even Tapatalk has bugs often but XDA app is not the best solution in my opinion.
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I'd suggest to use Tapatalk. Even Tapatalk has bugs often but XDA app is not the best solution in my opinion.

I'm not sure how buggy the free XDA app is but the premium version has improved a lot over the last couple of updates. It only has very minor "issues" these days

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I'm not sure how buggy the free XDA app is but the premium version has improved a lot over the last couple of updates. It only has very minor "issues" these days

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Thank you for the info. I haven't checked updates for a while. I'll give it a try again

Sent from my beloved HTC One S using (most time buggy) Tapatalk

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I'm not sure how buggy the free XDA app is but the premium version has improved a lot over the last couple of updates. It only has very minor "issues" these days

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Am I wrong or is it a Tapatalk "clone" ? "powered by Tapatalk" lol

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Am I wrong or is it a Tapatalk "clone" ? "powered by Tapatalk" lol

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Yeah that's correct but it does feel a bit more stable than Tapatalk (although that could be because I'm using xda a lot more).

An in-house app is currently being worked on but could still take a while before being ready. That's why the admins wanted the most stable performance until then, even if that means being essentially the same as Tapatalk

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