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UTVBOARD Available On TapaTalk!

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UTVBOARD is now available via the Tapatalk application on your mobile phone.

Tapatalk is a forum app on the iPhone, Android, webOS, Windows Phone 7, BlackBerry and Nokia. Tapatalk Forum App provides super fast on-the-go forum access to majority of the discussion forums that have activated the Tapatalk plugin.

We have activated the plugin as of today. Please post any issues in this topic.

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Does anyone access this forum from their mobile? If so, are you using an app? Aside from this app, we do have a mobile version of this site also.

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Tapatalk has been updated. We made some updates to UTVBOARD yesterday which included the Tapatalk plugin for those of you using it.

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Thanks ill update on issues if there's any.. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2

Great, let me know.I have not downloaded the app on Android or iOS. I installed the latest plugin available from them for our forum.

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Trying out the iphone Tapatalk 2 app and its pretty cool!

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk 2

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I just updated the Tapatalk plugin for all you mobile Tapatalk users!

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk 2

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