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Wednesday, April 25, 2007 

Mobile Browser


Get a mobile-friendly version of any web page with Mowser (short for "mobile browser"), a webapp that translates pages for your mobile phone. Mobile user Steve Rubel says the best part is Mowser's "command-line interface":

Preface your searches with special keywords like "am" for Amazon, "gs" for Google or "wi" for Wikipedia and Mowser will present a stripped down version of the page.

Mowser is still brand spankin' new but it looks like it's got lots of potential as your mobile browser's homepage.

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