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#1
I am looking at XenForo and VB for a large project, I was able to find a very good review on XenForo from a former VB customer which i find a promising.

https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/one-month-after-switching-from-vbulletin-to-xenforo.2637721/

So far from what I have seen XenForo i like it, but I can't find any information mobile use which has me leaning towards a very little towards VB just because of that fact everyone is using tablets and smartphones now.

Also I would love to hear what people think XenForo has over VB or even VB over XenForo..
 

Jeremy

Well-known member
#2
XenForo has a very well done responsive design, so there are really no need for mobile applications. I'm not sure what else you were asking.

Also, any particular features you were looking for?
 
#3
Right now I am comparing what VB does vs what XF does to make the correct selection, Just wondering if there is anything the staff or clients feel that stands out over VB and I might not be considering.
 

Jeremy

Well-known member
#4
Well, vBulletin and XenForo are drastically different. I think speed, user experience, and focus on ways to keep the user engaged in the site are all advantages of XenForo.

You may want to request a demo of XenForo and vBulletin to compare them before making your decision. Obviously, this community is slightly biased towards XenForo.
 

Moshe1010

Well-known member
#5
XenForo has a very well done responsive design, so there are really no need for mobile applications. I'm not sure what else you were asking.

Also, any particular features you were looking for?
The only downside with responsive design vs mobile app is the lack of push notifications.
 

DoctorWatsOn

Well-known member
#6
Right now I am comparing what VB does vs what XF does to make the correct selection
If you could read the 'licensed customer' forum on the vb.com site, which is hidden to non-licenced members, due to the fact that it's a real eye-opener, you wouldn't be considering using vB. ;)