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We are now mobile

OperationFlashpoint2.org is now mobile

Do you need your information on the go? are you linked in and want a convenient way to check in on the latest OFP2 info?

Just use your BlackBerry’s/PDA’s/iPhone/Smart phone’s/Phone’s web browser and point it to OperationFlashpoint2.org. This website will recognize that you are mobile and will give you the low-fi version of this site. You will get the latest news posts and a search feature.

As our continual commitment to OFP2 growth we believe in accessibility. For mobile users we already have a e-mail alert system called the Community News Feed but we wished to take it a step further. In the future it is our aim to also link in though RSS the other major fan sites that support community development so that you may view (or at least preview) the latest news from all over the OFP2 Community Network. We hope to make good strides such as mobile reporting, audio and media feeds and video playable for mobile devices.

With a little work perhaps even provide a low-fi version of this website for with limited or poor connections. Keeping in mind the diversity of the Operation Flashpoint community we have members from cottages, farmlands, and remote rural environments as well as countries with poor or limited Internet infrastructure.

We hope you find this new site feature useful, please post a comment and let us know what you think.

Written by Sir. Polaris in: Site Updates | Tags: , , ,

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