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Cellphone browsers I've used for job searches

From: Al
Sent on: Sunday, March 8, 2009 12:42 PM
A copy of an email I sent to another meetup group. BTW, I'm the person who worked at Lockheed.

Installing any of these is incredibly simple. Follow the instructions.

Mini Opera:
Try 4.2. With my phone, it tends to freeze. Therefore I'm happily using 3.1. This browser handles both mobile & non-mobile sites really well.

Unfortunately it's beta (not a fully polished product). I've been using it heavily for several days and it's a sturdy fella. It uses very little memory but displays sites in a manner resembling desktop browsing. Also it can handle sites that give MO trouble.
If for some reason neither browser works, this site can be used with your builtin browser. You simply tell skweezer what site to visit and it'll make it suitable for mobile viewing.

Google Maps Mobile:

This is very handy when you've got to arrive at a job interview.

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