NEW YORK, N.Y. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Apple’s new iPad(TM) is the best way to experience the Web. 200Linx is the best Web site to experience the iPad. 200Linx has released 200Linx.com, the home page that brings you everything that’s good on the Internet in one click, at one place.
Apple’s new multi-touch device is designed for easier more intuitive Web surfing with a large multi-touch screen. 200Linx is designed to be the ultimate, most convenient iPad home page by providing a graphical one-page interface with the most useful Web sites.
200Linx engineers searched thousands of Web sites and surveyed hundreds of Internet users to make the iPad users’ life easier. They had one single question in mind: what are the most useful Web sites for most people? Or in other words: where do people spend their time online?
200Linx gathers the findings in a single place, under one page, totally free: http://www.200linx.com .
For more convenient browsing 200Linx is divided to 25 most useful categories of Web sites each as a separate line: News, Sports, Weather, Health, E-mail services, etc.; each category consists of the 8 most useful Web sites totaling 200 links, as simple as that.
With 200Linx all you need to do is to finger click a logo – and you’re there.
The best way to use 200Linx is to set it as your iPad’s start page, to add 200Linx to your Top Sites or to “bookmark” it. 200Linx is also a great way to discover new useful Web sites. 200Linx looks great and fits perfectly on the iPad, both in portrait and in landscape positions. 200Linx fits regular PC Web browsers of all types as well.
200Linx is currently available in 8 local versions: U.S., U.K., Canada, Spain, France, Mexico, Germany and Russia — with more local versions to come soon.
The Apple(R) iPad is the best way to experience the Web. 200Linx is the best Web site to experience the iPad.
200Linx is a new company setting the stage to lead in the visual search market and visual home page arena. 200Linx aims at providing easier more intuitive Web browsing from touch screen devices.