Delicious Goes Mobile

    December 9, 2008
    Chris Crum

DeliciousDelicious has launched a mobile version of the popular social bookmarking service, which can be found at Stephen Hood at the Delicous Blog writes:

Delicious Mobile enables you to sign into your account and browse your bookmarks, tags, inbox, and other data. You can also browse popular and recent bookmarks and tags from the Delicious community. This means you can:

  • Ditch your phone’s bookmarks — they’re too hard to keep updated, organized, and synchronized. Just use your Delicious bookmarks instead!
  • Tag-stalk on the go — use your Network to follow what your friends are reading, no matter where you are.
  • Break the tedium — browse the tastiest bookmarks on the Web next time you’re standing in line to buy the new Guns N’ Roses (wait, people still buy CDs?).

The mobile version of Delicious is in beta, and is designed to work on as many mobile devices as possible, though Hood notes that this is the service’s first outing into the mobile world, so don’t be too surprised if you come across some bugs. That said, the mobile version should be a nice addition to the audio enhancement announced the other day.