MySpace Re-Launches Mobile Web Site
MySpace has updated both the HTML mobile version and WAP mobile version of its web site. The new site is supposed to make the mobile experience more closely match that of the PC-based experience. It now has the ability to configure email photo uploads, and will be available in 13 languages for 29 different countries. MySpace also said that it is developing applications for both Palm's new webOS and Nokia S60. The new site also supports iPhone, Google Android, Sidekick, and BlackBerry.
Instagram's Mobile Web Site Now Lets You Upload Photos
Instagram has expanded the functionality of its mobile web site to include basic photo uploads. Previously, the web version of Instagram was limited to a more passive series of features such as browsing, searching, and liking.
Twitter Hopes Mobile Web Page Redesign Will Engage More Users
Twitter today hit refresh on its home screen experience when visited via mobile browsers. The new Twitter.com homepage makes it easier to follow Tweets and stories without requiring users to log into their account.
Instagram Overhauls Mobile and Desktop Web Sites
Instagram has redesigned its mobile and desktop web sites, placing a greater emphasis on the photos. Images are now much larger on the site, which will display users' image feed when they sign in with their account.
Google Debuts #myAndroid Homescreen Picker
Google recently launched a new web site that lets people configure and design their home screen experience. The tool is meant to help those who might not be fully versed in all the different options available within Android to create a home space that works for them.