mjelly.com mobile directory service launched

 In search

I met up with James of the mjelly mobile 2.0 blog at the mashup event at BBH on Tuesday in London and he told me about a new site he’s just launched at mjelly.com (PC) and m.mjelly.com (mobile).

mjelly is a directory of mobile web sites and mobile softwaredesigned to help solve the problem of search and discovery for mobile services.  The site uses a simple directory approach to list the best mobile sites and applications – James likens this to the early Yahoo directory, but for mobile.  mjelly uses a few web 2.0 approaches to help users navigate the site, including tagging, social filters (ratings and comments) and RSS feeds available in both web and mobile versions. 

You can build a profile to keep track of your favourite sites and apps which provides an easy way of re-tooling your phone if you change handsets.  

As well as helping consumers, James is also hoping that mjelly will be useful for researchers and mobile industry professionals looking for different examples of mobile sites and applications in different categories,  For example, by browsing the mjelly directory you can find examples of mobile news sites or mobile VoIP software.  

So, if you’re interested in the mobile web and mobile applications check out the mjelly site.

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  • thanks for the review Andrew keep an eye out for sites and apps we should add to the directory 🙂