Thursday, December 27, 2007

Making Mobile browsing better

Andrew Gray in Australia has created a service that translates standard URL addresses into numbers that make browsing on your mobile phone easier and faster.

The rationale is that a numeric interface is comfortable to use on a mobile phone, anyone who's tried to use the keypad alphabetic interface will certainly agree that it's clunky.

The service is found at http://www.digiturl.com
More information can be found at http://digiturl.blogpost.com

Found on Lifehacker Australia.

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