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if not then try to install a browser onto your phone and give it a try.
It is possible but you cannot do it with your default browser, IE Chrome or any of the other non-flash based browsers won’t work, if you do try this make sure you have a big screen on your smartphone as it will just be too small otherwise.
If you can find puffin try searching for Flash web browser, there should be one for your device.
2) Click on the Puffin Icon and then go to the site as normal via uk, and click on chat rooms.
If you want to make this chat room better you have to spread the word about and put the web address on as many sites as you can.
Or use one of the share buttons and share us over Facebook, twitter, and other social media.
Your browser is the blue E you click on or the Chrome Icon, which is just a bit of software you use to access the internet, there are lots of different ones you can try.
Obviously, I can’t guarantee or list all the phones the site will work on, if you have a phone that’s reasonably up to date and it has a browser, then you should be able to log in and mix with other chatters no problems.Access to the chat is free, and you don’t have to register, you can enter the chat room as a guest if you wish to do so.However, registration is free and means you can come back with your username and registered password, which will give you access to all rooms, as you can only access limited rooms with a guest account.As an award-winning insight driven strategic marketer with a passion for holistic retail brand/customer experience, Michael has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career with brands such as Black & Decker, Levi Strauss & Co, Hudson’s Bay, Can West Media, The Shopping Channel and Herbal Magic.After spending almost three years advocating and lobbying for the Canadian retail industry at Retail Council of Canada (RCC), Michael formed M. Le Blanc & Company to leverage this knowledge and experience back onto the front lines and regularly is invited to share his insights on the current and future retail industry in Canada and around the world.