Australian Companies Concentrating On Mobile Site Development (At Last!)

One of our recurring themes here at Lifehacker is how building a mobile-friendly site is usually a more sensible approach than building apps. It seems local companies might finally be taking notice: one recent survey suggests 75 per cent plan to invest in mobile web sites over the next year.

A survey of 75 developers at the user conference for web content management software company Squiz also found that around half planned to improve their social media integration as well. That’s welcome news, provided those same developers pay attention to what already annoys us about mobile sites.

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