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Microsoft Rewrites Mobile Browsing Rules in Users’ Favor

It’s a fact of life that pages designed for the Web are rarely as nice-looking when squinted at on a mobile browser. Microsoft claims to have solved the mobile browsing conundrum by doing the work for website developers. In a prototype software launch, the Redmond, Wash., computing giant announced Deepfish, an application that more closely mirrors desktop designs on mobile devices, including the ability to zoom in and out and easily click on links.

You can check out the prototype here. A release date of the final version has yet to be determined but will most certainly take into account user feedback.

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