29 Oct '11, 4pm

Google quietly reveals GOMO, a service that mobilizes your site on demand

Google quietly reveals GOMO, a service that mobilizes your site on demand J.B. | October 29, 2011 | Comments 0 Comments Tweet Early last month, I wrote about Google registering the domain names Howtogomo.com, Howtogomo.net, and Howtogomo.org, and I wondered why the search engine giant went out and bought the web addresses. Well, it looks like we finally know why. Although currently ‘Access Restricted’ as shown in the picture above, Howtogomo.com has been launched on the web this week and it appears to be a service that allows visitors to get mobile-friendly versions of websites. Unless you know the correct password, when you click the Preview button, you’ll receive an ‘Incorrect Password’ message. While a service like this is nothing new, demand and competition is growing. Google already has a similar service called ‘Google Mobile Optimizer’ found at google.com/gwt/n, howe...

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