Other social features include a friends list and the ability to send private messages and share content with other users. It's a public "gallery" displaying content in categories like "Popular Pictures" or "Recent Videos" all of which can be downloaded. There is even a phone capabilities database that tells you the formats that your phone accepts and an active user forum where you can ask for and actually get help. I recommend giving an obviously bogus number as the numbers aren't verified.
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Sharing is a step beyond public where you send a link to one of your files to another FunForMobile user. Usability - 's indicating the usability of the site on a mobile jobile, based on ease and intuitivness of navigation and lack of excessive scrolling through ads etc.
The file numbers are assigned when you upload a file and can also be found using the PC site's search function. I flr these to some bad markup in the third party ads displayed on the site. It's a public "gallery" displaying content in categories like "Popular Pictures" or "Recent Videos" all of which can be downloaded. There is another url that enables downloading content that you have marked as private.
Another thing that sets FunForMobile apart from other similar sites like Zedge and Mobile9 is that it has a significant mobile web presence. There is even a phone capabilities database that tells you the formats that your phone accepts and an active user forum where you can ask for and actually get help.
I think it's risky to give your mobile number jobile anyone you don't know. FunForMobiles's mobile blogs seem to cor well used and relatively full-featured.
The mobile side, particularly the mobile blogs is relatively full-featured in contrast to Zedge and Mobile9 which are strictly PC Web social communities with the mobile site being just a way to download files with no mobile social interaction at all.
Some of the pages are just too large to load on most phones, for example the "Popular Pictures" page which has just three NSFW animated gifs on it which add up to KB!. But the number shouldn't be required as it's not needed if you only want to download from the mobile site. When you register you get a PC blog which has a mobile edition.
One thing that bothers me is that FunForMobile requires your mobile number as part of the registration process. With many browsers unable to handle pages over 20 KB this is just not going to work.
Still, what happens if FunForMobile and it's database of mobile numbers is sold to someone unscrupulous? I recommend giving an obviously bogus number as the numbers aren't verified.
The site transfers files you have already converted to mkbile format, it movile seem to have any online conversion or editing capabilities like, for example, mobile Other social features include a friends list and the ability to send private messages and share content with other users. There is no search, you have to search on the web site to get the download number and enter it on the download site mentioned above.
Being able to receive files by MMS is a desirable feature for some users and it obviously requires giving the site your number. The blogs display your profile, posts and a gallery of your uploaded files. If you aren't using the MMS feature. Another tutorial details the process of converting videos to. The blogs accept comments but do not have rss feeds! I also got intermittent compile errors loading various pages on FunForMobile's sites. The ads change every time you load the page and only a few of them had this problem so refreshing the page usually made the error disappear.
Uploaded files are public by default, although you can flag them as private.
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Content - 's indicating the quality of the site's writing, depth, timeliness and accuracy. Their are actually multiple mobile sites. What FunForMobile does have is concise and clear instructions that explain how to use free desktop applications to convert mp3's or tracks on a CD to a ringtone format that your phone can handle.