The BBC has launched a new mobile homepage for members of the public to test out. If you want to, you can stick iPlayer right at the top of your homepage, so you can catch up with your radio and television, right alongside your news, entertainment, sport, weather and other BBC content.
Currently in beta, the new page draws on the full BBC site's slick customisation options, allowing you to choose which content you want to show, and tweak your settings for your local area. Where the main Web site allows you to drag different elements around to create your own personalised site, the mobile version now allows you to order different elements, so you can see music, news, sport, TV and radio, or any other BBC mobile content, in the order you want.
You can also enter your location to get local weather, TV schedules or news stories. Supported browsers and handsets include the iPhone and iPod touch, Google Android, anything running Opera, high-end Nokias, Sony Ericsson and Samsung phones running version 3.3 and later of the NetFront browser, and some BlackBerries with NetFront 4.2 and later.
Check out our quick screenshots and then head for the BBC's mobile site.