Found On The Mobile Web 253

Found on the Mobile Web is a regular WAP Review feature listing newly added and updated sites on the mobile portal and WapReview mobile site directory. With these latest additions the directory and portal now list 2317 mobile sites. Tech/Internet/Web Design & Development onderhond Web front-end developer Niels Matthijs’ personal and professional blog has articles on web design plus movie reviews and a gallery on Niels’ travel photos. He recently redesigned the site using responsive design principles so that … Continue reading

What’s On My Nokia E6?

While there aren’t as many apps available for Symbian as there are for iOS and Android, I’ve always been able to find everything I need for my Symbian phones. Here are the apps I like and use on the E6 that WOMWorld/Nokia has loaned me. All are free except for Gravity: Gravity needs no introduction for most Symbian users. It’s a beautifully designed, highly intuitive and immensely powerful client for Twitter, Facebook, Identica and Foursquare. There’s rudimentary Google Reader support … Continue reading

Bookworm – O’Reilly’s Mobile Web eBook Reader

Bookworm ( is an open source project to create a  free online eBook reader. O’Reilly Publishing contributes support and hosting for Bookworm. The Bookworm desktop and mobile ( web sites let you read electronic books in the epub format, an open source specification for xml based electronic books. Epub is fast becoming the most popular standard for ebooks. The  Sony Reader and popular eReader apps like  Stanza for the iPhone, Windows and Mac and FBReader for Windows, Mac and … Continue reading

MobileRead – For Mobile eBook Fans

MobileRead, a very active blog and forum dedicated to finding and using eBook and Web content on mobile devices has a new mobile website at The mobile edition has practically the entire content of the full version of MobileRead. You will find lots of good items about eBook readers, formats and sources of eBooks. Also tips on how to convert books to different mobile formats and getting the most from handheld devices. The focus is on dedicated book reading … Continue reading