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    http://mobile.gamecritics.com/

    We're one of the few gaming enthusiasts websites out there that has a full mobile version.
    smart reviews for serious gamers
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    I had a bookmark on my T650 for a website that converts every website to mobile, but when I switched to my T700P, someone I lost it . Can't find it w/google searches...anybody know it?? Thanks in advance.
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    ooops..."somehow" I lost it.
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    Google has a mobile optimizer, but I almost never use it.
    http://google.com/gwt/n
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    #25  
    There are a couple of others that may be what you were thinking of, http://skweezer.net and http://mobileleap.net/v2
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    great sites guys; i love the hidden gems that we find
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    Thanks, everyone. The one I had bookmarked was a website where you entered the url of a "non-mobile" site and it converted to a "mobile-friendly/compatible" web view. If I find it again, I'll share it. It was great and I used it alot.
  9. #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by realtygal View Post
    Thanks, everyone. The one I had bookmarked was a website where you entered the url of a "non-mobile" site and it converted to a "mobile-friendly/compatible" web view. If I find it again, I'll share it. It was great and I used it alot.
    As Sukiyaki pointed out above, the Google Optimizer site does what you're looking for:

    http://google.com/gwt/n


    Good Luck
    iPhone 4S
    Former Treo & Storm Owner
    Cigar Lover
  10. #30  
    Thank you everyone for this thread! Very, very useful.
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    Yes, thanks. Should have tried it first...works well.
  12. #32  
    Quote Originally Posted by realtygal View Post
    Thanks, everyone. The one I had bookmarked was a website where you entered the url of a "non-mobile" site and it converted to a "mobile-friendly/compatible" web view. If I find it again, I'll share it. It was great and I used it alot.
    Pretty sure that was Skweezer, which I believe is no longer up.
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