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Old 04-22-2015, 07:22 AM   #1
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Is there an app?

trying to read the forum on my iPhone has me wondering if there is an app. Avail. Thanks
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Old 04-22-2015, 07:26 AM   #2
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Don't think there is for the JOF. However, may we concurrently hi-jack this posting for listing OTHER apps that might be useful?
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Old 04-22-2015, 07:30 AM   #3
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For example, anyone used this one to find RV Dump Stations? "RV Dumps takes the database from the top ranked camping app called Camp & RV and filters all points that have a dump station as an amenity (not "hookups" which are at a site. Many parks no longer have stand alone stations.) Maybe you need one and a night stop or you are just passing on through. From Rest Areas to truck stops to private campgrounds (either stay the night or call to see if you can pay a separate fee). From State Parks to even some National Park and Forest campgrounds that have one.". $1.99.
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Best gas price app: "GasBuddy can help you find cheap gas prices near you". Free.
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Can you get the Tap-a-talk APP?
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I use tapatalk to access 4 different rv forums. It is very user friendly and easy to use and free.
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Tapatalk - "If you've ever tried to follow multiple forums on a mobile browser, you know how inconsistent of an experience it can be. We save you time and make it easy to follow all of your favorite online communities on your mobile device. You can monitor, post, and add photos to all your favorite forums, all in a single app. You can even elect to receive push notifications on your favorite threads. Tapatalk can also help you discover new forums based on the topics you like to follow." Free.
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There are some site options that can make you viewing easier. Here is a post from FPMIII from last month that illustrates how to do it:

>>>> Here's How to Get Your Life on JOF Back to Normal Again <<<<
So did mine on my iPhone. It used to look exactly as it did on my desktop. Then the other day, all I would get was a list of the section and forum names. No other information was displayed.

My research shows that there are now two display options- "Jayco Owners", which is the original full site display, and "Mobile" which displays an "abbreviated" view to reduce the amount of data being transferred. It seems that mobile devices are being automatically being changed to the "Mobile" display. Here's how to change it back.

To change it back to "Jayco Owners" (the original display), you have to click on "Full Site" in the black copyright line at the bottom of the web page.

To change it from "Jayco Owners" to "Mobile", the procedure is slightly different.

In the bottom left of the webpage, there is a small window that says "--Jayco Owners". Click on it and then select "Mobile"

Is everything Hunky-Dory now? If you are miffed by this change, you're not alone. I was too! However, I figured it out on my own and provided the necessary information to put your life on JOF back to normal again.
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I really like RV Companion nice little app to organize your RV adventures. I also like using the leveler in the app not only does it display the level guide but will also tell you how many inches you need to raise the RV and from which side. The app itself is $4.99, there used to be a free version with Ads but on a small screen they do get annoying. the app on iTunes:https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rv-c...329195954?mt=8
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A good RV campground finder is RV Parky | RV Parks & Campgrounds Directory, Reviews, Photos

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