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Old 10-10-2006, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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One of the main things I have been wanting to do on my BB is banking. and with the cookie problems alot of us cant do it depending on your bank. Will be working on a program that will allow java script and cookies on the phone. only thing is, it takes up alot of band width. would have to route it through a proxy server. Was wondering if it works, what would you guys be willing to pay for a program like this. Would most likely have to do a subscription due to the high band width. also would possibly include things like 4info and 411. would be able to veiw anything that takes cookies. But the main purpose is for banking. Any feedback would be appreciated.

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Old 10-10-2006, 04:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What's the point --

a) blackberries already have cookies, javascript
b) Future browser enhancements will OBLITERATE whatever improvements you plan to make and sell..

so why bother?
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The whole point of me asking, is to get peoples input. I have searched high and low for a way to enable cookies on my browser to do my banking. not just surff the web or play a game but actually do internet banking from your phone. And everywhere i go i come up with a dead end. So if you have a way to do that already. Would love to hear it. so I dont have to waste time. But there seems to be no answer to the problem.

i"m talking to somthing that works the way we want it,not what some big company puts out, and has limited use.

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My bank provides a MOBILE link to do mobile banking. It works fine..
and on many phones..

would i trust a third party app to do that? Nope. Let the banks provide it..

how are you going to unify all of what the banks do? what if they change their interface? That seems like a *very tall* order. Would the banks like a third party app traversing their servers and taking customer data?

You'll be rewriting the web browser.. and that is also, not only a tall order, it's reinventing the wheel. =)

Rim or third party browser writers will improve browsers until they can do what desktops can..

anyway, that's my take on your marketshare =)
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Basically what is going to happen is, you will have a link to the server, and it will convert the page you are browsing. not storing any info, or remebering any pages. just converting to use with the blackberry could be any page you can't normally view. don't change the browser or rewrite anything.
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go ahead and make it if you want.. =) good luck!
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