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Broadband coverage is getting better, speed is improving [rapidly so as superfast fibre optic and 4G rolls out across the UK], and smartphones and tablet devices are getting "smarter" and easier to use. The growth in sales of smartphones and tablets is huge, and more and more people use these devices to browse the Internet, check email, use social media, read books, watch TV or be entertained in some shape or form. In addition, more and more businesses are creating apps that provide an even more inter-active experience for regular smartphone/tablet user visitors.
Internet users can now access the Internet from anywhere, using anything. Already it is the norm to store all your files in the cloud and just use whichever device is convenient to you to access the Internet or to work from at any given time. In the office, this will may be a desktop computer, and whilst out and about or travelling, it may be a combination of a tablet device and a smartphone. Even at home, the family now sit side by side accessing the Internet in some shape or form from a variety of devices.
And, since 21st April 2015, Google have changed how they rank non mobile friendly websites. If your website isn't mobile friendly, you will already be affected.
Read why you need a mobile friendly website and what to do about it.
For more information, call us on 01526 352919 or complete our online enquiry form if you'd like to get your website mobile friendly by 21st April.
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