I did not see anything else up, but was wondering if any other users have accessed Hubpages through their mobile devices? I did not see any ads when I used my device and I was wondering if that was standard or if anyone could point me to more info on that?
There is an iPhone app, but I don't have an iPhone so someone else will have to give you the details!
Right I know about the apps but I mean when people view the hubs on a mobile device, are there supposed to be ads there, do mobile views/ads count? Thanks again!
This may help: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/39420
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