Google's Personalized Home feature will be expanded to include mobile devices
in the US. Users of the service who have already customised the Google homepage on their desktop will see the same functionality duplicated on their mobile phone.
It was back in May 2005 that Google began introducing personalisation features. Breaking with its respected philosophy of providing a 'clean' home page, the facility allows a visitor to get a portal-like, at-a-glance update of personalised information such as news, the weather, share quotes and their Gmail inbox if they have an account.
If you have already set up a personalized Google homepage and want the same thing on your phone, visit Google.com
, select the 'Personalized Home' link, and then the next time you visit Google.com
on your phone, you will see the customized content modules (provided you have a phone with an XHTML-capable web browser.)