Eater’s Lively Hyperlocal Food Blog Network

New Mobile Web App Added to the Wap Review Directory Mobile Link: Rating: Content  Usability  Doctype: html Home Page Weight: 673 KB (422 KB compressed) Category: Food Description: Eater is a hyperlocal blog network covering dining and drinking in what it calls the US’ “most important food cities” which according to Eater are New York, Boston, Philadelphia, DC, Charleston, Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Louisville, Chicago, Minneapolis, Austin, Dallas, Houston, Denver, Las Vegas, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, San Diego, and Los Angeles. … Continue reading

The Wrap’s Adaptive Mobile Design Works With All Mobile Browsers

New Site Added to the Wap Review Mobile Directory   Mobile Link: Rating:Content  Usability  Doctype: XHTML-MP Home Page Weight: 29-288 KB Category: Movies Description: Since its launch in 2009, The Wrap has quickly grown to become one of the most respected and popular sites covering Hollywood and the movie business. The Wrap was founded by author and former New York Times Hollywood correspondent, Sharon Waxman who currently serves as the site’s CEO and Editor in Chief The Wrap’s mobile version is an adaptive … Continue reading

Live On The Go – Cool Mobile Web App, Limited Handset Support

Live On The Go ( seems to be a rather cool service that lets you use your iPhone, BlackBerry or Symbian phone to place takeout food orders at nearby restaurants in the US only. You search for restaurants by zip code or address and browse takeout menus, selecting the items you want. LiveOnTheGo places your order and tells you when it will be ready for pickup. I’m somewhat surprised by the rather limited handset support. Live On The Go is … Continue reading

Follow the Oscars Live On Your Phone

The 82nd Academy Awards will be held this Sunday.  The event is telecast live worldwide and the Academy claims it will be watched by over one billion viewers, making it the fourth most watched live television broadcast, after the Super Bowl, Olympics Opening Ceremony and World Cup Final. If you are one of the many billions who can’t watch the Oscars live on TV, I’ve found a couple of mobile sites where you can follow the festivities using your mobile … Continue reading

Dolce & Gabbana’s Mobile Web Site Always Wears Black

Italian luxury fashion house Dolce & Gabbana has created a high style mobile web site showcasing their high fashion Dolce&Gabbana and casual D&G brands. Dressed in Dolce & Gabbana’s signature black, the site has fashion news, event listings, down-loadable runway videos and free wallpapers. The site users browser detection and adapts well to most devices. For those rare cases where the site doesn’t detect the phone’s screen size correctly there is a “Change Resolution” drop-down that allows the user to … Continue reading

For Home Brewers and Beer Lovers –

This weekend wouldn’t it be great to sit back and enjoy a pint or two of delicious home brewed beer? Of course you do have to brew it first. is a great resource for the home brewers and beer lovers with detailed beer recipes, brewing tips and beer style guides. The site also offers several free spreadsheet based calculators designed to help home brewers determine ingredient quantities and boil times to achieve the desired specific gravity, bitterness, color and … Continue reading

Mobify Lands Boing Boing

Boing Boing, the hugely popular blog covering entertainment, technology, gadgets, politics, fair use and all manner of weird things, has gone mobile. Virtually all of Boing Boing’s content, including videos and blog comments, is available in the site’s mobile view at, which mobile browsers now see by default. There is a link to the full site on the mobile pages for those who prefer desktop formatting on their phones. The new mobile presence is the work of Vancouver based … Continue reading

Disney Mobile – Fun, But Will It Work On Your Child’s Phone?

Disney’s official mobile site looks like lots of fun for children of all ages.  There are free online games, movie trailers, a “Radio Disney” channel featuring teen-themed music and much more including a special page of games, activities and videos just for preschoolers. On the practical side the site also has TV schedules, Disney on Ice tour schedules and information on Disney theme parks. The coolest feature is probably the  personalized Disney character voice tones generator. It lets you create … Continue reading