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Musings of a Philadelphia Physician who has served the community for six decades

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An iPhone web app

The iPhone is the best PDA to come along since the Blackberry 15 years ago. It is to the Blackberry what the Blackberry was to cell phones.

Philadelphia Reflections is now a fully-fledged iPhone web app. The application will appear on your iPhone in the appropriate format automatically: just navigate to http://www.philadelphia-reflections.com with the iPhone browser; we will detect it and do the right thing.

A two-step process is required to get a little icon on your iPhone home page so you can go there directly:

  1. Click the "+" plus sign at the bottom of the iPhone screen
  2. Click the "Add to Home Screen" button that appears.

That's it. We do all the rest.

We are listed in the Apple web-app store: click here to go see our special page.

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Click Add to Home Screen
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Click the plus sign

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