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  • jmartin1366
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    Nice project. No wonder many users downloaded this app.

    Posted 11/18/2012
  • dnelson2279
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    Works wonders on my iPhone. Thank you very much.

    Posted 11/17/2012
  • charles-young
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    This is a promising tool for me. Good job.

    Posted 11/16/2012
  • oid-3038986
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    sure

    Posted 08/29/2010
  • oid-3038349
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    iPhone browser simulator was just what I needed to test some websites that I created for some business clients. Is there a version going to come out for PC as I think Apple provide this free when you subscribe to building applications for the iPhone, I'm working on getting a Mac but needed this solution in the meantime. Thanks for the review above - it saved me alot of time. Cheers James www.websiteforbusiness.co PS: I gave this a thumbs up anyway as I think its a good solution, just need to be able to use it on PC

    Posted 08/28/2010
  • oid-2731889
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    This is a good project with excellent future potential however the system has several flaws as it currently stands. Firstly the User Agent does not always trigger the mobile detection javascript (eg Digg.com) resulting in it trying to fit the regular interface into the small screen area. Secondly, and more importantly from a design point of view, while the rendered web pages do fit on the screen pixel perfect the ability to interact with them is seriously flawed. The cursor position does not match up to the displayed links for instance. I find that I have to click about 1.5-2cm below the link to activate it. Clicking on a link in a vertical menu will result in the iPhoney app "clicking" a menu option well above the on-screen cursor position. If these issues can be sorted out then this project will have a very bright future. T

    Posted 12/10/2009