Below is an updated list of some great websites designed specifically for your blackberry, pda, or mobile phone web browser:
Mobile Newsweek – this site is limited to headlines. Maybe it will prove to be an effective marketing tool or a purchase inspiration for those on-the-go. I would personally prefer more inclusive content and at least a few full articles. Mobile marketers, especially in the News industry, should look to the NYTimes and BBC Mobile sites for inspiration.
Time Magazine – I enjoy any mobile access to news however, I don’t necessarily like to read long articles. This site is good for reading headlines and cover stories but I prefer the BBC and NYTimes for breaking news throughout the day.
Digg.com – Digg is a great resource for the hottest developments on the web (primarlily tech news and blog coverage). I love having access to these stories on the go.
Yomoblog – enables mobile blog posting via mobile browser (Free registration required).
Amazon Anywhere – Access the entire Amazon.com library of books, movies, reviews etc. You can even buy from the road.
Ebay Mobile – Check on your bids or items for sale from your mobile phone or blackberry.
IMDB (Internet Movie Database) – Find out exactly who was in that movie on the tip of your tongue.
AdAge Mobile Edition – AdAge Headlines Condensed
NYTimes.com Mobile – This site is very new. I still prefer the older avant go version.
CNet Mobile Edition – The complete website is condensed for mobile pleasure.
NY Post Mobile Edition – Access NYC News, Gossip, and Sports
MoviePhone.com Mobile – Find a theatre or movie by zip code. This site could be a lot better than it is.
Google Mobile – Search the web, images, or access a mobile version of Gmail. This is a particularly well designed mobile website (what do you expect?)
Bloglines Mobile – Great for reading your feeds on the go.
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