I've actually ran into a few that even Atomic Browser still showed the mobile version (with the desktop spoof enabled).Buy Atomic Web Browser from the app store and you can set it so it spoofs websites to think you are on a desktop thus making all sites show the full version
Never come across that using Atomic. Yeah I hate them as well although I know why they are there.I've actually ran into a few that even Atomic Browser still showed the mobile version (with the desktop spoof enabled).
I also hate mobile versions of sites. What really makes me mad is when you click on the link for the full site, which then starts to load it, only to be re-redirected to the mobile version.
Oh, and I don't like the new mobile version of MacRumors either. The Forums section is especially a huge step backwards.
some yes because it took less data but there are quite a few sites I got to that have mobile version and I like the mobile version better for phones.At some point business thought it would be helpful to have a mobile site for phone users. But then technology progressed and like many things, made them obsolete.
Since the monkey see, monkey do, nature of business everyone else had already made a mobile site, and since they spent money on it, decided to continue with it. Although we are reaching the point of we no longer need that.
Well I do not know much about mobile phones accessing mobile sites. But i did sometimes stumble upon a mobile version of some websites. The website checks what you are using to explore their site and sends you to the acquitted site. I noticed the url was different, typically mobile.Asite.com. So what i would do was remove the mobile or just make it say the original site name.
You can try playing around with the url, see if that works, maybe skipping the index page will prevent them from checking if you are using a mobile phone.