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Friday, October 1, 2010

Numen Mobile

As usual, the semester is a busy time and I can't spend a lot of time making visible updates. However, as usual, I'm fixing problems in the background as they arise. Mostly what I fix this time of year are definitions as a result of spending a lot of time using Numen to read Latin.

That brings me to Numen Mobile, which I updated last night. I have been using it a lot lately for studying Latin, and I wanted to open it up to the rest of the world. If you visit Numen on a mobile device, you should notice a link at the top of the screen asking you to try the new mobile site. It's been tested to work on iOS and Android. It should work in any web browser reasonably well equipped with Javascript, Cookies, DOM, etc. [e.g., technical mumbo jumbo! read: the lastest and greatest].

If you have an iOS phone, you should be presented with a link that tells you about turning Numen Mobile into a free app on your phone. Just add it to your home screen (shiny new icon and all!) and you'll find that version works really well (provided you have a stable internet connection).

That's it for now. I'm always plodding away, so if it seems like things are dead around here, they're not!

1 comment:

  1. Very helpful. It could be nice if the words list used a smaller font: on my Samsung Galaxy Spica, I can barely see 2 or 3 words when typing and often have to switch the keyboard off. Otherwise, that's a nice enhancement to the site !

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