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iPhone Tip – Use Mobile-Friendly Sites

The 2 top items currently sucking up all the space on your phone are pictures and apps. While you can’t fathom offloading all those never-to-be-seen selfies, there may be some room to get rid of a ton of those apps you use maybe once a quarter.

The 2 top items currently sucking up all the space on your phone are pictures and apps. While you can’t fathom offloading all those never-to-be-seen selfies, there may be some room to get rid of a ton of those apps you use maybe once a quarter.

But you really don’t have to stop using those services on your phone because I bet money those same apps have a mobile-friendly version that you can access via the mobile browser that I bet money have the same features and functionality as a full-blown mobile app.

That wasn’t the case 3-5 years ago, but now companies are building entire websites and web applications with mobile in mind because…folks can’t pry themselves from their phones if they wanted to. So companies want to be where the people are – Which is currently 12 inches from your face.

Taking this into account, I’m positive you can go through most of your phone’s app inventory and replace it with a bookmark, better yet, a home screen icon of the mobile-friendly web version. 

So I challenge you – See how many apps you can delete off your phone AFTER you’ve signed in and bookmarked the mobile-friendly website. Bonus: Hit me in the comments with number of apps you successfully deleted.

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