Your lifering.org website is now available in a format adapted to many web-enabled mobile phones, namely: iPhone, iPod touch, Android, Opera Mini, Palm Pre and BlackBerry Storm.  On these devices, you can easily see the most recent posts and you can quickly click to key pages like “Check out LifeRing”, “Find Meetings” and “The LifeRing Store.”  With a little effort you can navigate almost the entire site, all formatted for mobile devices.   But, sorry:  Flash content is not supported, so no Chat Room on your phone, yet.  Check it out!

6 Comments

  1. Nancy on August 3, 2016 at 8:59 pm

    Can I use a windows phone?



    • rstumper on August 4, 2016 at 5:59 am

      To view our website, LifeRing.org, you would use your web browser on your phone. To use online chat you will have to ask the chat admin at liferingchatcoordinator@yahoo.com

      good luck



  2. Bobbi C. on June 10, 2016 at 10:36 am

    Hi there, Kane. Curious, and sorry to hear of it! Thanks for your entreaty – will pass this on to the IT folks and see what we can get done. 🙂 Bobbi C.



  3. kane theriot on June 8, 2016 at 7:22 pm

    I’ve been trying for weeks to access lifering.org from my android phone and tablet to no avail…is there anything special I have to do?



    • Bobbi C. on June 10, 2016 at 12:28 pm

      Hi again, Kane. I wish I had something more to tell you other than that our IT fellows looked into it and can see no issues on our end, and they also report their ability to access the website on all of their Android devices.

      That being said, I tried Googling the issue myself and have come upon an Android Help Forum that you can simply ask a question to and then (hopefully) receive responses from others there within a few minutes without having to create an account or login to anywhere: http://forums.androidcentral.com/ask/?do=ask&subject=

      You may have tried that or something similar already, but just in case you haven’t and you get some responses to help you resolve the issue, I’d love to hear back so we can file it away to reference in case someone else has the same issues. Wishing you luck, Bobbi C.



    • Bobbi C. on June 10, 2016 at 2:23 pm

      P.S., here’s more info. from IT in case it’s helpful:

      “If you must have Flash on Android, there’s a browser called Puffin which will run it. I tested it and it works. If you want Flash outside 9-5 you have to pay them. (Really.)