Mac OS X Audio (no longer) available on Tapatalk for iPhone!

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Mac OS X Audio (no longer) available on Tapatalk for iPhone!

Post by Orren » 29 Aug 2009, 22:55

Hi all,

If you're looking for a very useful iPhone app that gives you a very clean "wrapper" for web forums, we just found an iPhone app named Tapatalk that does just that. We have no affiliation with the company—its a $2.99 app, and we had to buy it like everyone else. But if you're interested, it's far easier to navigate than using Mobile Safari, although it is a bit limited.

I wrote a full-featured tutorial with lots of screenshots on the Logic Users Group (which is also now on Tapatalk), if you're interested in more information about it. Check it out here:

http://www.logic-users-group.com/forums ... php?t=1601

Enjoy,
Orren

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Re: Mac OS X Audio available on Tapatalk for iPhone!

Post by G » 15 Jun 2013, 23:51

To celebrate their 4th anniversary, Tapatalk 1 for iOS is now free. Give it a try! It's a great way to access this forum, and many others, from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. It will even push notifications if you subscribe to topics or forums.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tapatal ... 80732?mt=8
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Re: macOS Audio (no longer) available on Tapatalk for iPhone!

Post by G » 17 Sep 2019, 16:51

The macOS Audio forum is now running the latest version of phpBB, with responsive layout design (friendly to smaller mobile displays). Therefore, we have removed third party pass-through software like Tapatalk and ForumRunner. New GDRP rules also helped push this decision, as Tapatalk is a Chinese app and relays forum traffic through their servers in China. That may be all well and good, and to be 100% clear we never detected any security issues on our end, but it's no longer necessary. It was also an entry point for spammers who could avoid our clever questionnaire during registration.

As always, simpler is better. Carry on!
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