San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 23, 2014
ObituaryDatabases.com has now launched versions of their death records search engine that are compatible with most major mobile devices, the company announced yesterday.
“Now that our homepage and website are up and running with minimal problems, the next obvious step was to optimize our site for mobile devices,” an ObituaryDatabase.com spokesman said. “More and more people are migrating from laptops to mobile, and it simply makes sense to go after that piece of the market. It's what people expect from new companies these days.”
ObituaryDatabases.com will now be available for iPhones, iPads, Android-enabled devices, and Microsoft phones, he said.
“When someone comes to our search service through a mobile device, it will be able to tell which type of device they are using and automatically redirect them to the optimized version of the site they need,” he said. “They won't be stuck looking for death records on their desktop or laptop anymore.”
ObituaryDatabases.com believes that it will be more practical for many people to use their mobile devices than their home computers for their death record searches, he said.
“Many people go to the library when they are trying to build their family tree,” he said. “Now when they find a reference to a long lost relative, they can simply whip out their device and do a search without having to wait to go home.”
ObituaryDatabases.com expects to have new information about their ongoing launch in the near future, he said.
“We are just getting started,” he said.
ObituaryDatabases.com is the top online resource for accessing death and obituary records in the United States. With over thousands of records to search through, ObituaryDatabases.com makes finding any death record simple and efficient. Visit ObituaryDatabases.com today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-661-6438, or email Support(at)ObituaryDatabases(dot)com with any questions or concerns.