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Screenshots of Hyperallergic on an iPhone featuring (l to r) the homepage, a post, sharing features & comments section.

We’ve been waiting for the right mobile site to use for Hyperallergic and we’ve finally found the right fit. This optimized version suits our organization and content while allowing visitors to read and leave comments, share posts via email, Twitter and Facebook and even save them to Del.icio.us and Instapaper.

The mobile version will appear on all smartphones (iPhone, Android and Blackberry) though iPads and tablets will continue to display the regular site. It will provide image thumbnails and nicely formatted images for your small screens.

We’d love your feedback, so let us know if there’s anything you’d recommend changing or tweaking. And as always, thanks for reading.

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