When I first heard about the DotNetNuke Mobile Hackathon, I immediately wanted to write an app for Active Social. Well, I actually did do that first but then decided I should write something that would be more useful to more members of the DotNetNuke community. A typical DNN user visits and participates on a variety of different DotNetNuke sites, most of course are vendor related. Plus, they usually have their own sites. Most of these sites are either using Active Forums or the DNN Core Forum module. What started out as simple app to let you connect to your own site running Active Forums, quickly evolved into a forum browser that allows for multiple sites and multiple forum options. The really cool part is that Frowser can actually work with any site and any forum that has a Frowser Services Plug-in. If you wanted to use Frowser with vBulletin, phpBB, Community Server, YetAnotherForum you could, once a Frowser plugin for those sites is created.
Frowser is made up of two parts. The Frowser Mobile Client is an iPhone app that communicates with the Frowser Services module that you install on your site. Very little configuration is needed and it is very easy for your users to connect. At the moment, Frowser is read-only, but should have support for replies and new topics very soon.
You can learn more about Frowser and see quick demo on http://www.frowser.net