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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by simmonstwin, Jul 13, 2008.
I know u guy's want this
I never use Digg, so I dont see a need for it.
If you want one so bad, make it your self. (Sorry if that sounds harsh, but it isnt suppose to be.)
I want it.
Yep, Digg app would be nice!
@bbbensen: It was harsh. Not everyone is a programmer (and not all programmers can write in Obj-C), and not everyone has $99 to spend on a signing key. If something is wanted, voicing that opinion to the community is a good way to get it written I suspect.
I don't understand what a Digg app would do that the iPhone site doesn't - but then I don't use Digg much...
That's why I said I don't mean to be harsh, but it was a little uncalled for. I'm not at my most awake state at the moment. I forgot about the whole coding thing...
Comments, Upcoming, Recommended, etc... The Digg iPhone site is pretty limited tbh - I've been using the real site since I got a 3G Speed Boost
for now, just add it to NetNewsWire (free app) as an RSS feed
I just added the digg web app to my iPhone. For some reason, it displays the headlines, but when i click on the headlines, nothing happens. it also doesn't let me login, and most importantly "Digg" anything.
The site I'm using is: http://digg.com/iphone
when I type the regular digg.com URL into the iPhone, the site works properly, but its not formatted properly like the iphone version of their site.
Am I the only person experiencing this problem? If so, how do I fix it? I've tried several times.
I used to love digg -- but now I really think is idiotic and driven by morons.
So what site do you use for new if you don't use digg?
I find it weird that there is NOT a digg app for the iPhone, especially considering how big of an Apple fan Kevin Rose is. I would really like to see one.
add me to the "I Want a Digg iPhone App" list
I don't think a stand alone Digg application is required on the iPhone they just need to redesign their iPhone optimized website to integrate more features like being able to see more than just the top 5 comments!
It's here. Kind of. You can't digg things through the app, but you can see the stories.
That App posted above recently came out and I tried it for a bit and posted a review (mine's the one on the iTunes App page, heh).
It's a nice little Digg up, too.
just use the new and improved digg mobile site if you need to log in and digg up stories.