You can retrieve the redirect script if from the Distribute section of the Dashboard. The redirect script must be placed between the <head> and </head> tags in the HTML source code of your blog. All readers that are accessing your blog from a mobile device (iOS, Android, Windows 8 smartphone or tablet) will be invited to try out the web application.
The side menu of the mobile web application contains a “Switch to website” button that will take readers to the desktop site.
We’re bringing forth the HTML5 technology enabling bloggers, publishers and other content creators to benefit from the openness of the Web.
The advantage of a mobile WEB application is that it is available directly from within the browser of a mobile/tablet device, thus not requiring any download/installation process from your mobile readers.
By having your mobile web application available at your own domain name (http://app.your-blog.com), your mobile readers will instantly have access to it without needing to go through any app store to download/install anything.
However, you do have the option to wrap the mobile web application into a hybrid one and submit it to App Stores under our VIP plan.
Your mobile web application is supported on: iOS (iPhones, iPads), Android (smartphones & tablets), Windows 8 (smartphones & tablets). Compatible browsers: Safari, Google Chrome, Android – Native Browser and Internet Explorer 10.
A responsive theme is all about screen-size – it loads the same styling as the desktop site, adjusting it to fit a smaller screen. A mobile web application combines the versatility of the web with the functionality of touch-enabled devices and can contain features that your desktop website doesn’t have (like offline mode for example). A mobile web app is similar to a native app in terms of look & feel, with the only difference being that it runs in the browser.
The short answer is that a mobile web application is an enriched version of a mobile-friendly site; it’s not only about screen size, it’s also about functionality (offline mode or tablet support, for example). The long answer comes in a form of an article, you can check it out here:http://www.appticles.com/blog/2014/05/mobile-web-dying-shifting/
We use Superfeedr.com for processing feeds and posts updates. If you implement the PubSubHubBub protocol and ping the Superfeedr hub whenever you update your content, your mobile web application will receive those updates almost immediately.
If your website is based on WordPress or Drupal, there are some plugins that you can use to accomplish this task without any hassle:
Support for various ad networks will be added in future releases. These will be managed entirely from the Dashboard, so you won’t have to modify the source to integrate ads. At the moment you can manage your own inventory using Google DFP.
You can cancel/remove your Appticles account by navigating to Dashboard > My Account and scrolling to “Additional Details” section. You’ll notice the “Cancel my account” button that can be used to permanently remove your Appticles account.