People are increasingly accessing the internet through their mobile phones instead of using laptops or PCs. Mobile websites are getting more dynamic and appealing by the day. Companies such as Apple, Google, and Nokia are developing browsers for their phones, which exceed what we are used to on the desktop. A plethora of browsers are available for mobile device internet surfing. These browsers are as good as the ones that you use on your laptop or PC. In fact, browsers like Internet Explorer are lagging behind the mobile browsers in terms of their compatibility with emerging technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and SVG.
Android mobile operating system from Google and iPhone O.S. from Apple has gained immense popularity in recent times. Both the operating systems include browsers built on the WebKit Open Source Project. WebKit is the engine that powers Google’s Chrome and Apple’s Safari browsers on the desktop.
In earlier times, browsing the Web on your phone was a luxury. Today it is a necessity. If you are observant enough, you can see an increase in the number of mobile users visiting your site. Experts in this domain predict an exponential increase in the number of mobile web users in times to come.
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