May 27, 2011 4:49 AM GMT
I think it would be freaking awesome if there was a RealJock App for smartphones. Don't you agree? Then again, nobody would probably get any work done.. Hmm.. Just thinking outloud.
alphatrigger saidIt can, but I think these guys are looming for something that is a little morewith the droid market growing, that might change since Apple would have no say in anything that isn't on their platform.
streamlined, perhaps a low bandwidth forum browser and a Grindr like client.
But not likely to happen, what with Apple's very strict rules about no n00dz photos.
And by that, not just n00dz photos, but anything modest that reveals a
whiff of body hair, the tiniest sliver of butt crack, or anything below the waist
More practically, there is also the cost of developing for iPhone and android and blackberry which would either get passed on thru ad streaming, or
a somewhat significant cost at the app store.
cturtle saidumm can't you just load it in your phones browser?This is probably the best, easiest option for RJ
running11 saidI think it would ruin Realjock just a little... I mean I don't want RJ to turn into the new Grindr because some of us aren't on here just looking to blow a load...(nothing against grindr i just never use it)
I like it here because it's personable for the most part, and not every gay person under the sun is here selling themselves dick.
fountains saidMaybe not the forums or anything, but I would love for the workout plans and meal plans to come on an iPhone friendly app for when I'm at the gym.
huasqui saidfountains saidMaybe not the forums or anything, but I would love for the workout plans and meal plans to come on an iPhone friendly app for when I'm at the gym.
After all, RJ's slogan is "Gay fitness, health and life"
swimbikerun saidcturtle saidumm can't you just load it in your phones browser?This is probably the best, easiest option for RJ
A responsive web design is a better idea. Yea, it's more complicated code, and would require a redesign of the site, but you do it once and it works across all platforms and screen resolutions. It's browser-based, but it will know if you're on a 460-resolution smartphone screen (for example) and redraw accordingly for an appropriate UI. It's an option that's growing in popularity because hardware is changing so quickly, few websites can keep up.