Vebbler launches its “Mobile Friendly Version”

23rd August 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Vebbler-Mobile-Friendly-VersionNew Delhi, India, August 23, 2013: India’s social network site, VEBBLER.COM, within three week of its beta launch, launched its ‘Mobile Friendly Version’ in beta. This lighter version for mobile was designed after carefully going through the user feedback and has the same design principles of a flat user interface.It also enables users to upload photos directly through their phones.

Founder of Vebbler Sahil Bhagat, said, “For a better accessibility of Vebbler to 95% of the Indian population who use Smartphones, we launched the lighter version of Vebbler for all smart phone users. People who visit Vebbler from their mobile will automatically get redirected to m.vebbler.com which will enable them to access Vebbler on the go!. This Mobile friendly version is a first step towards our commitment that Vebbler will soon be available across different devices.”

Vebbler is also developing another version of the Site targeting the feature phone market, of which there are many users in India.

 

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