9 thoughts on “Netvibes2Go, Pretty Good Actually”

  1. I am an avid NetVibes user. The mobile web page is okay but not that great. On a mobile phone one never gets that instant feel with the information. The act of firing up a browser and waiting to load is enough to turn people away.

    From my perspective the best way to deploy NetVibes on a cell phone is to write an application which can run in the phones background process and utilize the idle screen for information. You can also call it the PhoneTop.

    The instant factor behind flipping open my phone and accessing my information would be absolutely invaluable.

    Just my 2 cents.

  2. It is great that personalization going main stream. Beyond RSS feeds, wouldn’t it be great to have access to real application data like work order from backend service management application or top 10 leads for traveling sales person from CRM application.

    That’s what we do at AppVoyage (http://www.appvoyage.com), developed personalization proxy to mobilize web apps. Also there is no need to cram everything in single homepage, can be accessed through regular bookmarks to receive personalized web app.

    Om, let us know if you would be interested in a demo.

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