Despite all that the mobile phones have to offer these days including the superb connectivity via internet, sometimes you are not able to enjoy all the benefits. There could be many reasons for it, the primary being the incompatibility of the phone and the other being the small screen size of your mobile phone that causes excessive scrolling. The content you view on the web is mostly formatted for the large screen sized mobile phones.
But if you browse the web using iBrowz all these problems can be eliminated because is very much capable of showing all the content but after is being reformatted for your mobile phone. How this browser works is quite unique and interesting. It’s basically a client server architecture where the mobile phone client is iBrowz browser and the servers are at the backend which process the data and reformat it to match the capabilities of your mobile phone.
The moment your type in some search the iBrowz servers collect all the data that you may be interested in then according to what you click on the relevant data is fetched and reformatted to speed up the process. By doing this the servers don’t have to process all the data but only the data in which you may be most interested in and that is determined by your search pattern.
When you launch iBrowz you can see categories on the home page and there are many widgets associated to every category. You can edit or add the widgets depending upon what you want. Moreover you can also update the widgets in the background. Widget in iBrowz means the online content such as CNN, e!Online, Weather.com.