I do...almost all the time. The only thing I don't do from my phone is type up hubs.(And that may soon change.) Other than that, my Evo is basically my portable computer, especially for Internet access. Amazing, really, how far technology has come.
I sure don't. My HubPages time is all about down time, and my smart phone is all about up time (or else rest-of-life-other-than-the-Internet time). Either way (and contrary to how often I make the effort to steal "enjoyment" or "extra-income" time with Internet activity - and in my case, that's made up "heavily" of HubPages activity - HubPages (no matter how much, or how regularly, I do enjoy the site) just doesn't make my "high-priority" list in life. I love my smart phone, but just because it can do some things, that doesn't necessarily mean I feel like using it for those things.
Not me, although I do use the iPhone app for Hubpages to monitor my sites!
by Faith Reaper4 years ago
Are we not able to share hubs from our smart phones any longer?I noticed that I do not see any share buttons on hubs when using my smart phone. Has this been taken away? Thank you for answering.
by Mary Hyatt2 years ago
I find when I try and read a Hub from my iPhone, it won't load. I wonder if that is because the Hub is too long, or has too many photos. I give up until I can get to my computer.Seems I read (or maybe...
by Georgianna Lowery5 years ago
Do smart phones make you feel dumb?I'm using a Windows phone to surf Hub Pages, and realized that it makes me look really stupid. I just asked a different question and realized, after publishing it, I had at least two...
by lime light power6 years ago
What happens when dumb people use smart phones?
by Zara Rasul5 years ago
Are we too dependent on our smart phones and smart tabs?
by ngureco4 years ago
Which Smart-Phone: An Android Phone or Blackberry?
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