Money to the Masses iPhone Site

3 min Read Published: 29 Nov 2010


A couple of readers have been in touch saying that they didn't realise that Money to the Masses has an iPhone site, after inadvertently stumbling upon it. Therefore, I thought it would be a good idea to mention it in case other readers were not aware that we have one.

iPhone site

If you go to www.moneytothemasses.com on your iPhone you will automatically be redirected to a site that is optimised for use on Apple's wonder gadget. Our iPhone site has all the content of the main site, but it is streamlined to not only load more quickly but to also aid navigation on a smaller screen.

However, it isn't just iPhones that have an optimised site! If you go to www.moneytothemasses.com on any of the major mobile devices you will get an optimised site as well!

If you would rather just view the site as it appears on the web you can even select to view it that way instead!

3rd party iPhone app

Also, a number of other readers have told us that they read the site using the new Taptu iPhone app (https://www.taptu.com). I've had a look at the app and in simple terms it displays content from your favourite websites (using their respective rss feeds) to give you instant accesss to all your interests in an attractive and simple format.

If you do download it (it's currently on the featured page in the app store) it's very simple to add Money to the Masses. Once you have the app, go to the 'add' button in the top right hand corner of the homescreen. Then in the search bar that appears start typing Money to the Masses and you'll see our "stream" appear in the list below. Next, simply click the + symbol adjacent to our site name.

iPad app?

I'm always interested in how you read Money to the Masses, plus any ideas you have on how to make the experience even better. Do you want a Money to the Masses iPhone app, for example? Or what about a Money to the Masses iPad app? Get in touch and let me know.

Of course whatever I do will be FREE!

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