myLot Responsive Website?

Philippines
November 6, 2015 7:26pm CST
I'm writing this discussion on my Android mobile phone on our Google Developer's Group seminar. And I am frustrated that I still need to zoom in and zoom out in order to click the buttons and links in order to interact with the web application. I think it will be a great idea if myLot would switch into a responsive website that will be compatible not only on PCs but also in any gadget. What do you think? Kudos~
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6 responses
@AkoPinay (10088)
• Philippines
9 Mar 16
I am glad the site is now mobile-friendly
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• Philippines
9 Mar 16
Yeah, I got shocked when I opened it and it was responsive now. I think it might be better.
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@SIMPLYD (81467)
• Philippines
13 Nov 15
I can see that Admin has responded to your wish . I hope someday they will really make a go for that .
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• Philippines
13 Nov 15
True, they may since Responsive web applications are trending, plus, more and more people use gadgets more than their pc, so implementing this one will open up a lot of opportunities for myLot to grow. Kudos~!
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@yalul070 (1750)
• Manila, Philippines
10 Nov 15
or maybe you should use a tablet so you won't have to zoom in and out . just kidding but yeah, that's a great suggestion!
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• Philippines
10 Nov 15
I think even if you use a tablet, you would still need to zoom in or zoom out. Ha ha. It's not responsive therefore zooming in and out is a must on smaller devices, but I guess using a tablet with a bigger screen would be much more easier than with smaller devices. Kudos~!
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@hema7213 (3521)
• India
7 Nov 15
i tried to log in mylot from 2 different mobiles but i think mylot site is not mobile responsive that's why i am seeing the pc website look in mobile too..........if this will be done than so many user will able to use mylot in their mobile very easily
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@babaraimc (1323)
• Pakistan
17 Nov 15
i am a newbie so i have no idea
@TheHorse (71018)
• Pleasant Hill, California
10 Nov 15
I do my computing at home, so I don't care. I just hope nothing already available is compromised.