I've heard many people ask, "When will Sermo come out with a smartphone app?" The real question is: do we really need a smartphone app for a website like Sermo? After all, I can access the forum through my mobile web browser. Can you? I've tried it on Opera, Skyfire, and a few other mobile browsers.
I agree that it would be easier if we had a dedicated mobile app for Sermo, but I don't know that many physicians would use it. Maybe the ER docs and the anesthesiologists would use their smartphones to access Sermo. If you're always in front of a computer, then you don't need to use your smartphone to access websites.
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