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Anybody hate browsing to a website on their idevice only to find that it has a terrible mobile website that is either inconvenient, doesn't work, or is just terrible. Is
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    My iPhone is a Part of Me thecrunked's Avatar
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    Default Stop mobile websites
    Anybody hate browsing to a website on their idevice only to find that it has a terrible mobile website that is either inconvenient, doesn't work, or is just terrible. Is their a substrate or something that spoofs a real browser so I don't have to deal with garbage mobile websites?

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    Most sites have a link you can press to switch between full and mobile versions.

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    I know but it's annoying and many sites that have that option don't work anyway. (Cough MMi)

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    Ya the MMi one doesnt for me either lol.
    I just use the app

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    UAFaker in cydia, comes with a sbsettings toggle which is nice. It makes the website think you are using a different browser/device. I highly recommend it

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    Using the 360 browser defaults websites to their non-mobile version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChaos View Post
    Using the 360 browser defaults websites to their non-mobile version.
    Yes, but you need a 3rd party browser for that, where as UAFaker allows you to use mobile safari

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