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The Pirate Bay now has a true mobile site

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Jul 2014 21:53

The Pirate Bay now has a true mobile site After ten years of existence, The Pirate Bay finally has a real mobile site that makes the torrent tracker easier to access from your smartphones and tablets.
Dubbed "The Mobile Bay," the mobile site is the first of a few upcoming expansions by the site. Expected in the future are dedicated TV, movie and music sites.

Eventually, an RSS portal is also expected.

Until now, without a dedicated app or mobile site, users had to muddle through the desktop version of the site on their mobile devices. The new Mobile Bay offers much better functionality and an interface that can actually be navigated easily with a touchscreen.

Check a comparison of after and before:



(Via Ernesto)

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