51Degrees.mobi - Mobile Device Detection and Redirection

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Support mobile handsets today. 51degrees.mobi accurately and quickly detects mobile device information providing these details to .NET developers via the Request.Browser collection. It takes less than 4 minutes to integrate with an existing ASP web site. See video tutorial.

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