Google continues to keep a track of Smartphone and tablets users as it releases a new service to help them access web in a better way. The feature will greatly help publishers who need to enable their websites for mobile users to visit them easily even on their mobile phones.
According to tech website Mashable (opens in new tab) Mountain View, California-based Google Inc. has added mobile rendering service to its Google Sites application. The feature, on activation will automatically optimise any Google Sites website according to the length and width of the display screen of the digital device.
Google has launched the automatic feature for devices that run on Apple’s iOS 3.0 and higher as well as Google’s very own operating system Android 2.2 and higher versions.
The feature will automatically align the header layout and the top most bar of the website, sidebars along with the dropdown links available on the webpage.
In order to activate the new service offered by the software giant, website publishers need to click More Actions and then go to General Settings to be followed by Manage Sites and then selecting the option available for adjusting the webpage for mobile phones. As the publisher finishes this process, Google will render their website in a tweaked manner to users visiting them on their Smartphones or tablets.