Users of mobile phones powered by Windows mobile could have no problems browsing the net, as each of these phones already came with Microsoft's Pocket Internet Explorer. And Opera
is now also one of the main choices, no matter what mobile phone one is using.
fact, the mobile world doesn't leave much of a choice when it comes to web browsers, and it is clearly starting to be dominated by Opera. Now there's a new browser available for Windows Mobile smartphone users, DeepFish.
The browser offers a quicker and more convenient way to browse the web and offers an ability to preview complete websites "from bird's eye view", which means that, while not everything is readable because of the small size, it is possible to select an area to zoom on.
Once the user zooms on the area, it will become easily readable and scrollable. The ability to view entire pages and zoom in to individual areas is probably the closest a handset can get to the desktop experience, considering the fact that the screen size is many times smaller.
Apart from that, it also means that now there is an alternative to Opera and Pocket Internet Explorer. The browser is still in beta, but it proves that improvement can be obtained when talking about mobile phone web browsing. There's no information on when it will be available but hopefully it will be coming soon.