Do you read and comment on Hubs using your phone?
I've done that a few times and it works quite well. The mobile version of the Hubpages is pretty well done. Just go to hubpages.com on your smartphone as usual and it will auto-detect that you are on a mobile.
No, I've never done that. Most of the time when I'm home, I want nothing to do with my phone. LOL
I have many times; I work at a quarry this summer until I go back to school, (I call it the quarry because I don't like telling people I work at a landfill) and my phone is the only way I can keep up with my email, hubpages, and other things I'm working on... I even wrote half my last hub on the names of the planets from my smartphone!
I read a lot on my phone, but I don't comment much. For some reason, I find I make a lot of typos on it. The mobile site is good and it loads quickly on my Windows phone.
I don't have a smartphone unfortunately, due to financial reasons. So if I read or comment on Hubs it is usually at home from my laptop.
I have a Blackberry and I do monitor the incoming notifications and read a few of them on the phone. I will comment occasionally but like someone else said, I make a lot of typos. I am not a good "thumb typist."?
The short answer is yes.
Yes I'm afraid to say I do this a lot. But sometimes I run into problems with my screen freezing up etc.
Nope. I'm still using a Blackberry, and the browser function isn't great. I'm sure that it would be much easier on an iPhone or newer Android model. When we upgrade in January, I will give it a try. I would love to be able to read hubs and catch up with comments on the go.
I always use desktop pc. I feel comfortable in desktop. I use smart phone internet when there is emergency.
Ya I do...I use opera mobile on my phone and it has the option to render the site as mobile or desktop...so I can use hubpages on my mobile just as I use on my laptop.
I am doing it now. Keyboard keeps doing random things but it's all I got while visiting the folks. When you start with insomnia, add some traveling, and then throw in a newfound hubpages addiction you just gotta use what you got... Even if that means an IPhone 3GS (old school) at 2:36 a.m. and a 7:00 wakeup call.
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