Wired2Fish.com Launches Wired2Fish Mobile!
Now you can view all the great bass fishing and other fishing content easily on mobile devices
Just released today, the
mobile version of Wired2Fish.com for your iPhone, Android, Blackberry,
iPad or other mobile devices is ready for your viewing enjoyment. We've
stripped down our site to bring you all the fishing content you want in
an easy to view format on much smaller screens.
The Mobile version loads the most
current fishing stories, fishing videos, radio programs and fishing
tackle reviews first. Then from there you can choose one of several
buttons to visit archived articles, video, radio, tackle box, blog and
To view our blog articles, you'll
need to have an RSS reader installed on your mobile device. We're
working diligently to pull those articles into our mobile reader, but
for now we're relying on the RSS feed of those stories to bring you the
content quickly and easily.
For answers to frequently asked
questions like how to add a homescreen button on your smartphone for
Wired2Fish Mobile, browse through our FAQ.
To begin accessing the mobile version of Wired2Fish, just open your browser on your mobile device and enter
Here is a copy of our Wired2Fish Mobile FAQ.
Q. How do I access the mobile version of Wired2Fish?
A. Just enter
in your mobile browser to access Wired2Fish. Eventually we will
detect your browser and route you automatically from Wired2Fish.com.
Q. How can I add this to my iPhone or Android Home Screen like an App?
A. On an iPhone, follow these steps:
in your mobile browser.
Click on the curved arrow icon.
Choose Add to Homescreen.
Name it Wired2Fish or W2F Mobile and click Add.
On an Android phone follow these steps:
Bookmark the page you want to add to a Home screen
Open the browser “bookmarks” screen
Long-press the bookmark you want
Select “Add to Home screen”
Q. Why can't I see the Blog pages or why does the blog just come up as garbled text?
A. To view our blog you must have an
RSS reader installed on your mobile device. By default the iPhone and
iPad will use mac reader. Android and other phones may require that you
add a free RSS reader to your phone. Eventually we will pull our blog
stories into the mobile view. Please allow a few extra seconds for the
RSS feed to launch in your RSS Reader.
Q. Why is Wired2Fish.com Mobile slow to load?
A. If you are on a slow connection,
some of the photos and videos will have to buffer and load before you
can view them. Our mobile site is still loaded through the internet, but
we've stripped it down to make loading on mobile devices much faster