How to Read Websites on Mobile Phones?

How  to Read Websites on Mobile Phones?

The number of people accessing the Internet from mobile phones is increasing rapidly but unfortunately most of the content available on the Internet is not optimized for viewing on the small screen of the mobile phone.

The number of people accessing the Internet from mobile phones is increasing rapidly but unfortunately most of the content available on the Internet is not optimized for viewing on the small screen of the mobile phone.

How  to Read Websites on Mobile Phones?
How to Read Websites on Mobile Phones?

For websites to read blogs on mobile phones, you have two options:

(1) Ask the website owner to ask him to make a mobile friendly version of your site or

(2) do some of himself.

Since the first option seems a little impractical, let’s look at another and look at some free Google services that enjoy the internet experience on mobile devices:

Website:

To view regular web pages, visit google.com/gwt/n from your mobile phone, type the address of the site and press go.

This Google Transcoder service improves the layout of websites and divides large web pages into several parts so that navigation is much easier.

And if you are on a slow connection or pay for each byte of data downloaded by you, just turn the show images option so that the web pages will load faster and you will also get the service provider also charged a lower fee.

Internet Search:

For web search on mobile phones, open google.com/xhtml and under the “Format web page for your phone” option is available.

Thus all the website links appearing in Google search results are automatically formatted to fit on your small mobile screen.

Blogs and RSS Feeds:

If you want to follow your favorite blog on mobile phones, then type open google.com/gwt/n and the URL of any blog.

After that click on the link given to that orange XML icon and the blog will automatically open inside Google Reader – the display is highly customized for mobile phones and you can also use keyboard shortcuts.

After the page is loaded inside Google Transcoder or Google Reader, add it as a bookmark in your mobile phone browser, so you must type the address at any time.

Shares 0

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *