Archive for the ‘Mobile websites’ Category

Top mobile sites in India

Mobile internet in India has been picking up fast and a recent report released by Opera reveals that page views have seen a 416.9 per cent increase during November this year, compared to last year.

Following are the Top ten mobile websites surfed in India:

1. Google
2. Facebook
3. Orkut
4. YouTube
5. Getjar
6. Zedge.net
7. yahoo
8. songs.plk
9. wikipedia.org
10.vuclip

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Tools for testing the sites on mobile devices

1. iPhoney
2. W3C mobileOK Checker
3. iPad Peek
4. Adobe Device Central CS5
5. Google Mobilizer
6. Gomez
7. MobiReady
8. DotMobi Emulator
9. Opera Mini Simulator

Hospitals having Mobile websites to reach pateients

Middle Tennessee hospitals are investing in mobile versions of their websites in hopes of attracting new patients and building loyalty with existing patients in the region’s highly competitive health care market.

The mobile movement seizes on two converging trends: More Americans are turning to the Internet as a source of medical information at the same time an increasing number of consumers are using hand-held devices to access the Web.

According to a recent study by the Pew Trust, 59 percent of U.S. adults age 18 and older now access the Internet wirelessly using a laptop or mobile device, up from 51 percent in April 2010. Of those, 61 percent are searching for health-related information, the study found.

Some of the best Mobile websites

* Amazon Mobile – http://m.amazon.com

* BBC PDA – http://www.bbc.co.uk/mobile/pda or http://www.bbc.co.uk/mobile

* CNN Mobile – http://m.cnn.com

* Facebook – http://m.facebook.com

* Flight Stats – http://mobile.flightstats.com

* Microsoft Live – http://wls.live.com or http://m.live.com

* Gmail – http://m.gmail.com

* Joystiq – http://m.joystiq.com

* Mobile MSN – http://m.msn.com

* MSNBC – http://www.msnbc.msn.com

* Alarm.com – https://www.alarm.com/pda

* Twitter – http://m.twitter.com

* Wapedia (Mobile Wikipedia) -http://wapedia.mobi/en

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