Wednesday, December 26, 2012
The Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) website at mdc.mo.gov gets more than 1.5 million views each month by people looking for a variety of information. Some of the most popular topics include hunting and fishing seasons and regulations, permits purchases, and finding local MDC contacts.
These popular topics and others are now more readily available for easier and faster access on smart phones and other small-screen mobile devices through MDC’s mobile version of its website.
Visit mdc.mo.gov through your smart phone and other small-screen mobile device to access the mobile version. It’s so simple that the website will automatically detect that you are using a device with a small-screen, such as a smart phone, and offer the option of the mobile version of the website. The mobile version gives users the option of viewing the full-browser version of the website.
“Our enhanced website for mobile devices is one more way we are improving our services and technology to better meet the needs of the millions of Missourians and others we serve,” said MDC Digital Communications Manager Chris Cloyd. “And be sure to bookmark the site for easy access.”
Cloyd adds that some smart phones even allow users to save the bookmarked mobile version of the website as an icon on the device home screen for easy access.
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