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COMPATIBILITY: Google Personalized Home now available in a mobile device optimized version
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 18.01.06 - 16:01:30 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 10212x
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Oh, looks like I've missed this when I was was snowboarding last week but Google finally made their Personalized Home mobile friendly too, which is actually pretty handy as the Internet Explorer Mobile homepage!
Google personalized homepage puts the information you care about on one web page and now you can even access that page on your mobile phone or device, in a phone-friendly format that's easy to read and navigate.


  • Preview your latest Gmail messages
  • See headlines from top news sources
  • Get weather forecasts, stock quotes and movie show times
  • Choose from a variety of popular RSS and Atom feeds and add your own sources too

All you'll need to do is use the PC version of Google personalized home to choose which content to add to your phone's homepage. If you haven't done this yet, click the 'Personalized Home' link in the upper-right-hand corner of

Access the mobile web browser on your phone or mobile device (note: this device must support XHTML like Pocket PCs, Smartphones and WAP 2.0 compatible devices) simply enter, select the 'Personalized Home' link, then sign in with your username and password and you'll see the same customized content modules you've chosen on the web.

Now I wonder how long it takes to see Microsoft's "Start" mobile optimized as well?

Cheers ~ Arne

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