Those of you who would rather access the site through your smartphone are going to be very happy!

TuDiabetes now offers a lot more functionality and works a LOT better on mobiles.

If you visit http://tudiabetes.org on your cell phone's browser, you will be redirected to http://www.tudiabetes.org/m (you can actually browse the mobile version from your desktop, to get a feel for it -it will just be "desktop-wide" as opposed to mobile screen-wide.)

The mobile version allows you to do almost everything you can do on the actual site, with access to the Forum, Blogs, Groups, Events, Photos, Member pages (your own included) and being able to interact with all the sections in a more seamless manner.

Please let me know your thoughts and if you'd like to see some functionality on it that you are not seeing now.

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This is awesome!! I attempted to access the site previously on my
iPhone, but my posts would never go through. I'm posting this right now from my iPhone and it works great. Navigation is easy and posts seem to be working. Fantastic improvement. Thanks!

GREAT NEWS! I rarely get to a desktop/laptop and all I've ever been able to do on iPhone is read the replies to something I've posted. So often I'd like to reply but have to wait until I have time to boot up my desktop to reply and often forget by then.

Loving it so far!

Looks great on my iPhone, easy to navigate... but I don't see a 'reply' button or a place to sign it. I do when I open it on my laptop. Probably just missing something LOL

This looks much better than before! I use the site regularly on my iPhone, so I am sure this will make it much easier.

I did want to mention that there is a bar at the bottom of each page that seems to have some functions on it which is not accessible with VoiceOver (screen reader visually impaired people use on iOS devices). VoiceOver just skips over it entirely; I wouldn't have known it was there if I didn't have some vision. I am not sure if this is an easy fix or not, but thought I'd point it out anyway. The rest of the site (besides that little bar) seems to work great! :)

Will this work on a nexus 7 tablet? Do you think their will be an android app?

Awesome, thanks! No chat on the menu? :(

Looks good,when will the option for chat be available? That would be a wonderful feature if it could be done! ;-)

Is this app downloadable? So I would have a icon on my iphone? I can't see where to do that on my phone! Thx...I am computer challenged!

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