For quick, uncluttered, ad-free web-browsing, mobile sites often work better even when viewing on a PC or Mac. So, this site is for both mobile and non-mobile devices - no downloading special iphone, android, or mobile phone apps.
I just bought my first smartphone. I have not tested much on mobile devices. With the smaller font size, a stylus is more accurate than your finger on phones and tablets. You can help with your feedback - email: info (at) gooplusplus.com
Some mobile web sites, especially in China, use WML (wireless markup language) instead of HTML. These sites usually work well on mobile phones but not with PC browsers. Of note, the Chinese WML site Soso.com works in Chrome but not in Firefox or IE. OTOH, the Chinese news site, i.dayoo.com works in Firefox but not in Google Chrome. On PCs, you can probably download WML add-ons to Firefox and Chrome to fix the WML problem.
Frames are a problem on web sites. However, when my web site wants to display external sites and keep the handy thin top menu, there is no other choice. Even so, some popular mobile web sites don't work in frames and so I put links to many these sites, google, facebook, paypal, twitter, at the bottom of the menu. Others have an added ~ (example: Amazon~). When you click on one of these site links, it will open a new window or tab. This probably works fine for mobile phones, but not as well for PCs and Macs.
There are 3 display pixel sizes: S=356 M=460 L=600
-- Bob Carroll, Las Vegas