Netvibes has introduced a new feature for mobile users who find it difficult to surf the net when on the move because of the poor navigation features of their cell phones. You can now access your emails and RSS feeds by logging on to a single site. Mobile internet use is thus greatly simplified. The modules covered by Netvibes2Go include iCal, ToDo List, Web Note, GMail, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, AOL Mail, PopMail, Feeds, Weather, Web search and Blog search.

One Response to “Get the vibes on your mobile”

  1. Scott Robbin on February 28, 2007 12:17 pm

    You may also want to give a try. It doesn’t have the feeds and calendaring that Netvibes does (yet), but it’s got a ton of everyday links and searches that you’d want to access from your phone (movie times, price comparison, Wikipedia, etc.) Plus, anyone can submit mobile sites, so the list of what’s available keeps on growing.

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