What is the best way to detect mobile browsers?
I know that you have to parse useragent, but how can i cover majority of the mbile browsers?
I was looking into WURFL, and it looks pretty extensive, but a bit overkill for me.
Is there a simpler script that covers the newer mmobile phones like iphone, android, blackberry, wp7, webOS?
If you are using django, try http://code.google.com/p/minidetector/
This is a long list of known mobile user-agents:
This is what I recommend: http://code.google.com/p/handset-detection-python-api-kit/
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