Hi to every one...I guess you could call me a new developer, but I guess I'm more of a web designer. I'm Nigel and here is my first release for pocket pc:
PDA Home Page is a website I created for pocket pc's and palm PDA's in which over 99% of the websites are PDA friendly. This is the first website of it's kind. I kno that it is often hard to surf the net on e.g. a smartfone or pocket IE but with this website you get a directory of over 200 pocket pc dedicated sites from simple entertainment or email to troubleshooting the pocket pc.
This is a none profit venture. I built it purely to save the web surfing experince on mobile devices. below are some screen shots:
Above shows the Front Page of the website. It is simple but yet asthetically pleasing. As shown above the categories which are not PDA friendly are marked with a star* but the PDA friendly categories are unmarked thence you can see the amount of content that you can browse without the hussle of "desktop type" sites.
Above is an example of the news page...all the above websites are PDA friendly.
Above is an example of the BBC news website in PDA friendly mode!!
Above is a view of the about us page.
As seen above, I have created a very PDA friendly home page for your device. no adverts or anything of that sort.
none profit making
huge selection of PDA friendly websites
very very fast loading speeds.....takes just about 2 seconds to load...due to the less graphic intensive user interface
PDA Home Page is still in the Beta stage therefore please send in any comments that you feel will help me develop a better updated site. If I have missed out your favourite site.....email me or post in the forum. Please also post in the forum whether you feel that you will use the site or maybe not use the site so that I can know whether to pursue the ideas further.
Thanks a Lot!!!!!
Here is the link to the site. Save it as your homepage on your PDA so that you don't have to type it in all the time!! (site only viewable in PDA...if you use your desktop it will be distorted)
Nice idea, but apparently a big undertaking: have bookmarked several similar sites over past couple of years and (nearly) all of them have either disappeared completely, or their links have stopped working... Good luck!
PS: Did you realize provided link is already redirected?