The distinction between mobile Web applications and native applications is anticipated to become increasingly blurred, as mobile browsers gain direct access to the hardware of mobile devices, and the speed and abilities of browser-based applications improved a lot. Persistent storage and access to sophisticated user interface graphics functions may further reduce the need for the development of platform-specific native applications.
Mobile Web access today still suffers from interoperability and usability problems. Interoperability issues stem from the platform fragmentation of mobile devices, mobile operating systems, and browsers. Usability problems are centered around the small physical size of the mobile phone form factors (limits on display resolution and user input/operating). Despite these shortcomings, many mobile developers choose to create apps using Mobile Web. A June 2011 research on mobile development found Mobile Web the third most used platform, trailing Android and iOS. Statistics says that 428 million mobile communication devices were sold Worldwide in First Quarter 2011, a 19 percent increase year-on-year. So it’s kind of a hurry to have mobile websites. Now let’s which services can we use to transform our normal websites in mobile websites.