"iPhonifying" Web pages

"iPhonifying" Web pages

David Cann, the Web developer behind iPhoneDigg and iPhoneChat, has released an iPhone "skin" for Google Reader. Unlike his other iPhone Web apps, which create entirely new interfaces that are separately hosted, the Google Reader iPhone Skin employs the GreaseMonkey concept: injecting a new interface into a Web page on the fly by piggybacking Javascript while retaining the underlying functionality. Cann plans to apply this method of "iPhonifying" web pages to other sites in the near future. The Google Reader skin supports starring, viewing Subscriptions, viewing Folders, next/Previous Item and more.

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