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    iPF, What is it?

    Newby here.

    What is iPF? I can't find it in the list of apps.

    TIA

    Did another search and found iPF News, is this what everybody here is using to reply?
    Last edited by skycarp; 04-19-2011 at 01:34 AM. Reason: added text

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    If you got back to the main page of the forum http://www.ipadforums.net/forumindex.php, look on the right side and you will see a box called iPadForums App. That will link you to iTunes where you can download the app for free!

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    Look for iPadForums...iPF....

    This is such a great moment.....thank you.
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    It's called 'Discussion Forum for iPad Users'

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    must admit, i prefer the traditional safari browsing interface on my ipad rather than a special plugin

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    And I love the plugin. No need to go to the browser and type in the address. Just click on the Icon and voila.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJK View Post
    And I love the plugin. No need to go to the browser and type in the address. Just click on the Icon and voila.
    Just go to the iPad Forum Home Page in Safari and then click 'Add to Home Screen' when saving a bookmark. Then you have the iPad Forum website Home Page icon on your iPad's Home Page - one click and it opens up Safari and takes you straight to the iPF Home Page.

    Tim

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    No need! We have iPF for this.....

    Safari I do not have / want a homescreen, because I am not always browsing the same site.

    Sent from my iPad using iPF

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJK View Post
    No need! We have iPF for this.....

    Safari I do not have / want a homescreen, because I am not always browsing the same site.

    Sent from my iPad using iPF
    All iPads have Safari - and you can have as many of these Home Screen bookmarks as you want, and keep them in a bookmarks folder.

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim SPRACKLEN

    All iPads have Safari - and you can have as many of these Home Screen bookmarks as you want, and keep them in a bookmarks folder.

    Tim
    I agree, but personally I find the IPF app very convenient. Having said that the forum with its functions and layout is also one of the best I came across and also a very active one.

    Sent from my iPad using iPF


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