Sprint Updates Mobile Home Page
Jul 28, 2008, 12:18 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Over the weekend, Sprint customers began noticing a change to Sprint's mobile home page. Sprint has updated its mobile home page and calls the redesign Sprint Web. With Sprint Web, a Google search bar appears at the top of the home page with evolving sets of links below the search bar depending on user browsing habits. Those that perform certain searches or consistently seek the same content will see stories and links appear below the Google search bar automatically as the software learns browsing habits. The software change is free and users don't have to take any further action to use it. It is available on about 40 Sprint models today, and will expand to all Sprint phones in the coming weeks.
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