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Surfing the web on your mobile device can be frustrating at times but a good mobile portal can go a long way to make that experience better.  Having a configurable start page the presents just the information you want in a format that is easy to […]

Surfing the web on your mobile device can be frustrating at times but a good mobile portal can go a long way to make that experience better.  Having a configurable start page the presents just the information you want in a format that is easy to interact with and fits your little screen just so.  There are no shortage of portals to choose from but one I found today looks like a solid one to use.  Keytoss works on just about every phone you can imagine, I’ve tried it on Windows Mobile, the BlackBerry and the iPhone, and it is fast and great to use.  It’s free and is easy to sign up for after which you can tap away.  You can easily configure your personal mobile page at the main Keytoss web site.  It’s worth checking out.

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  1. That is a pretty sweet mobile portal you found there. It is what I was hoping iGoogle for mobile devices would be. Since it doesn’t look like it takes any secure data input, it should be pretty safe to use freely. I would have been weary if it’s storing sensitive info other than zip code, etc. First time poster, so I never said congrats on the Giga Om merger. :)

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  2. Pretty slick UI and I like the search bar. As far as content goes, I’d have to take minisphere.com, but I think keytoss has the edge on customization.

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