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  • Hyperion||


    Sent from my mobile device

    Did I win?

  • AnthonyK||

    Well I do like it on my Android Samsung Tab2 7 inch tablet but I wish you had an app for Windows 8 (RT/Pro) and Windows Phone 7.8 & 8

  • ||

    I want a Reasonable app for iPhone!

  • Matrix||

    +1 and for iPad

  • Dweebston||

    If they made the mobile experience a little less tetchy I'd be happy. If I refresh the browser for any reason, the page defaults to desktop font size. I already spend my time glaring at my phone in consternation, I'd prefer not having to squint as well.

  • mr simple||

    Did they add access to the comments to their mobile app yet? Once I realized I couldn't read or post comments here I deleted the app. It's not like anyone reads this site for the articles.

  • ||

    Woks on iPhone. Kind of a pain in the ass to use without Reasonable and a search function. But that may be cause I haven't figured out how to use the damn thing yet.

  • ||

    Half of the clicks on this blog are from bots, chances are no one sentient will win this.

  • ||

    Don't talk about Tulpa like that. Like Data, he wants to be a real human, he just can't.

  • Paul.||

    You may be onto something. Maybe that's why he loves cameras so much. Machine sympatico...

  • Enough About Palin||

    "on your mobile"



    I think of the Reason mobile App as much as I do Reason 24/7

    5. times. a. day. Like FUCKIN MECCA.

  • Paul.||

    Ok, I filled out your survey... where my $100 at?

  • Fluffy||

    I better win.

    I hope everyone specified that you should be able to comment in-app, instead of linking out to the browser.

  • Paul.||

    And how.

  • The DerpRider||

    Do I also get an Obama phone with my $100?

  • AlmightyJB||

    I have the samsung note II. I would concur that I'm always going to want to see comments which is why I don't usethe reason app. Also, I'm not able to post comments using the mobile version from the web. I have to use the desktop version. Even in the desktop version I cannot use preview on my comments. If I hit preview it takes me to another screen that displays my user name in hyperlink. When I go back whatever I typed is gone so I have to retype it. Ive also had occasions when the page was up a while before finishing a comment and than I hit submit some weird address comes up and I again loss the comment. I'm in the habit now of copying my comment before hitting submit so I can just repaste if I lose it.

  • AlmightyJB||

    As long as you know all those things its usable but I don't have those issues on other sites.

  • Bobarian||

    I think my desk top isn't very mobile.

  • Almanian!||

    Maybe put some casters on the legs of the desk?

    Just an idea.

  • Liberty Reloaded||

    I use reason on my ordinary phone internet app and it sucks. I can't view comments unless I first post one, and a lot of times I can't post one because my IP address gets banned a lot.

  • Calidissident||

    What a tragedy

  • Liberty Reloaded||

    Libertarians need to see this:

  • Almanian!||

    Does my laptop count as a "mobile" device? Cause I carry it from place to place, so technically it's "mobile".

    No, fuck you, cut spending! That's what I think! Did I win?

  • ||

    Look up 1 comment above yours and see what you've won!


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