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Mobile Browser

The need for a quick access to information, entertainment, and news led to the development of a mobile browser. As more people use the Internet for a good number of their concerns, such as online applications, emails, e-shopping services, and wireless payment, mobile phones now feature broadband or high-speed data access. With the use of a mobile browser, this feature is made possible. The mobile browser is used to view online contents, including texts, videos, and images.

MOBILE BROWSER DEFINED

Other terms for the mobile browser are mini-browser or the microbrowser. A mobile browser is conceptualized for use on devices like the PDA or cell phone. The purpose of using a mobile browsers is to view contents through small screens of portable machines such as mobile phones.

The software of a mobile browser has to be small in order to function well even with low bandwidth and memory capacity, as common qualities of most mobile devices. Continued development in mobile browser technology allow support for JavaScript and other more advance formats.

TECNNOLOGY BEHIND A MOBILE BROWSER

A mobile browser ordinarily connects through a cellphone network or the wireless LAN. It uses the HTTP over TCP/IP. The WML and the HDML are formats which are ideal for tranmission even across a bandwidth that is limited or WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) which is known for wireless data connections. The web pages displayed in a mobile browsers are usually written in XHTML or HTML formats. More advanced versions of a mobile browser are compatible with HTML, ECMA SCRIPT, CSS as well as WML, cHTML, and i-mode HTML.

DEVELOPMENT IN MOBILE BROWSER TECHNOLOGY

Developers of mobile browser technology capitalises on the latest Net standards while, at the same time, coming up with customised solutions for particular users of the mobile browser. Latest commercial solutions and open-source solutions permit the public to access web contents with less restrictions on the mobile browser.

Due to the absence of crucial plug-ins like Flash on many cellphones, even the open-Net browser sellers would still need the server-helped components. These said components would be for transcoding, among other functions. Trends on Net-based applications would suggest that the mobile browser technology has to undergo more futures development to brdige the gap between PC-based systems.

But despite its shortcomings, the use of a mobile browser is still a significant feature for connecting to the Internet using a mobile phone.