Posts12918090I go on POF on my iphone sometimes and it does the job i use safari but i do have a shortcut to POF on my homescreen so it feels more like a native application im pretty sure there is a way to do it on a BB as well just take a look around the setting or bookmarks page and see if you can find anything about it On my blackberry , if you look in the application centre , there is facebook ,google talk, my space, both messengers, flickr, you just have to install the application, if its not in your phone its probably available from RIM for install I had just bookmarked POF on my blackberry bold and had been using it just fine, not very many limitations.Yesterday evening, when the update the website occurred now that I opened my laptop and logged on I discovered, it won't load now. Theres no Plentyoffish API..services is your application going to connect to exactly?Writing our thoughts on screens leaves them open to endless interpretation.How many times have you frantically parsed the meaning of "hang out" versus "get together"?has a more territorial definition of the phrase "defensive dating," but it also refers to when a person in a tenuous relationship attempts to spur his or her ambivalent partner into committing by dating someone else.Broadly, it can also refer to the guarded, In short, defensive dating refers to playing games instead of doing what experts always tell us we should do in relationships: Be honest and discuss problems upfront.
All these options can definitely get confusing and make you want to say TTFN.
I deleted the bookmark and attempted to attach to website fresh, still not loading right. There needs to be some server side services to connect to for an app to work with...
I'm suspecting maybe whatever update process that was used has a format that takes longer to load. All the sites you see with apps to do various things "project" data to those apps..instacne the only way to access the use database is to use the existing aspx web site interface, so any app developed would have to use the ASPX pages that exist to get the data and then transport that data to an app which will display it in a manner that is decided by the app developer...hardly worth it really is it, I mean all you will do is basically have a different look to what you already use.
Which means we defensively date all the time.: "Why is it so hard for a guy to dtr like you're either interested or you're not." (We've all been there, girl.) This isn't an abbreviation you'll hear often IRL, but it sums up a problem that plagues many.
After all, Facebook invented the "It's Complicated" relationship status for a reason.