Handset Detection Unveils Local Device Detection Service for Website Owners

Website owners, developers can now install pre-made mobile device detection API kits on their own servers.

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The Australian company, pioneers in the field, created the local device detection service to speed up the process of detecting which mobile devices are accessing a website, and to save customers money.

Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) October 04, 2012

Handset Detection announces the release of a new, local version of their mobile device detection service.

The Australian company, pioneers in the field, created the local device detection service to speed up the process of detecting which mobile devices are accessing a website, and to save customers money. The API kits are pre-made so customers can install on their server and immediately start gathering information as to the devices that are accessing their websites.

“We're using the same technology that we've pioneered over the last 4 years and made that available to our customers,” co-founder Richard Uren says. “The detection system is all in memory, so there are no database dependencies and it’s incredibly fast.

“We keep our customers up to date with all the latest devices and their
capabilities so no more redirecting tablets off to a mobile site,” he continues. “Web developers and digital agencies just can't keep up with the hundreds of new devices added each month. We provide world class mobile detection that you can run locally or via our web service.”

Indeed, the company amassed over 1.3 billion detections with over 500,000 device variations in their database since their inception 4 years ago. Handset Detection’s newest invention may just be what companies need to keep up with the times and technology.

For more information about the company, contact Handset Detection at 415-871-0445 or hello(at)handsetdetection(dot)com or you can visit their website at http://www.handsetdetection.com.


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