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The iPhone's Safari browser provides one of the best ways to use the internet on a mobile phone, and some companies have responded to the device's growing popularity by adapting their own websites to work on its 480 x 320 touch screen.
While many standard versions of websites can be viewed effectively on the iPhone, plenty of scrolling and zooming in and out is still required, and this can be frustrating on some sites. I've been taking a look at some of the best sites I've found that have been optimised for the iPhone...
It was an interesting week. As news of the debate over the possible bailout of the United States' struggling automakers captured the headlines and largely dictated the mood in the major financial markets around the world, newspaper titan Tribune Co. filed for bankruptcy and the Pulitzer Prize Board decided to fully embrace online journalism.
One of the first lessons in usability is that people vary and that designing for ‘average’ doesn’t work. Nowhere is this more true than in the highly competitive world of mobile phone design.
Actually I don’t want a new mobile because I have an iPhone and I love it. Of course, it’s not perfect but once again Apple has demonstrated that it understands the importance of the ‘user experience’. Even its cardboard box is beautiful.
As Patrick talked about on Monday, 2009 may turn out to be the year for mobile internet, and companies need to be thinking about their mobile strategies.
Some websites have already adapted well to the use of mobile internet, but others seemingly have a long way to go. A new ebook (pdf) from dotMobi takes a look at the best and worst on the mobile web.
Here are a few best practice tips for mobile websites...
Last week Barry Schwartz at Search Engine Roundtable trialled AdMob, the online advertising platform, where he blew $100 in half an hour, advertising an iPhone app.
I asked him whether it worked out or not...
It seems that for the past decade, we've all been told that the mobile internet is going to be "big" and will eventually eclipse the "desktop-oriented" internet that most of us are still most familiar with.
Last week in my SMS primer, I discussed the role of the SMS gateways that provide connectivity to the mobile infrastructure that makes SMS messaging possible. If you've developed a mobile application and need connectivity to the carriers, you'll need an SMS gateway.
Despite being pretty advanced online, The Guardian's mobile site is well behind the times, and the newspaper has now hired a consultant to improve its mobile strategy.
The mobile edition doesn't match up to the web version and, with this in mind, I've been taking a closer look at the Guardian's and some other newspaper's mobile sites...
Amazon's mobile site has been going for a while, and I've been testing out the site to see how easy Amazon makes it to make a purchase by mobile phone.
According to this survey, Amazon is one of the more impressive mobile shopping sites, so what is it doing right?
Among the many apps available for the iPhone are a number of ways to listen to music other than that stored on the phone.
There is more of a choice in this area for US iPhone users, as services like Pandora are not available in the UK, but there are still a few good apps around...