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What is a a plain-englishPlain English term for "Device" in the USA?

I'm working on a web-app and it application. It runs in Chrome and Safari. So, so that supports just about any modern device.

But I'm worried that "device" might be a confusingly vagueconfusing term for the average person. Here are a few ideas I've come up with so far:

  1. Web Device
  2. Internet Device
  3. Internet Computer
  4. Device
  • Web Device
  • Internet Device
  • Internet Computer

AnyDoes anyone have other suggestions?

What is a a plain-english term for "Device" in the USA?

I'm working on a web-app and it runs in Chrome and Safari. So that supports just about any modern device.

But I'm worried that "device" might be a confusingly vague term for the average person.

  1. Web Device
  2. Internet Device
  3. Internet Computer
  4. Device

Any other suggestions?

What is a Plain English term for "Device" in the USA?

I'm working on a web application. It runs in Chrome and Safari, so that supports just about any modern device.

I'm worried that "device" might be a confusing term for the average person. Here are a few ideas I've come up with so far:

  • Web Device
  • Internet Device
  • Internet Computer

Does anyone have other suggestions?

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What is a a plain-english term for "Device" in the USA?

I'm working on a web-app and it runs in Chrome and Safari. So that supports just about any modern device.

But I'm worried that "device" might be a confusingly vague term for the average person.

  1. Web Device
  2. Internet Device
  3. Internet Computer
  4. Device

Any other suggestions?