A quick google search shows how to use the Embeded Safari browser to change the user-agent.

If you change the user-agent to something a desktop would use, it should work for you.

Realize though that this will then give the desktop presentation of the website, which may not be ideal..


http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1095045/spoofing-the-user-agent-of-an-embedded-safari-browser-on-the-iphone


On Aug 19, 2009, at 12:57 PM, Michael Paladino wrote:

A friend of mine is working on an iPhone app that will provide an option to post some text to Twitter via the “status” querystring. For example,http://twitter.com/?status=My%20status%20update. This works fine from a desktop or laptop, but when on an iPhone, Twitter recognizes that it’s a mobile device and redirects to m.twitter.com which does not handle the “status” querystring. Anyone know a way to force Twitter to go straight to the non-mobile version or have any other work around?

Thanks in advance.
Michael



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