Posted: Wednesday 29 January 2014

Recently, I got sick of having to deal with mobile webpages when I bookmarked a link on my phone to read on a desktop computer.
The interface works well on mobile where you've got low screen estate, but on a desktop computer, mobile websites are absolute torture!!
Fortunately, sites like vimeo and youtube automatically deal with the smartphone vs desktop issue and redirect you to your correct destination, but how about Wikipedia?
Sites that refuse to give in and automatically redirect you to your desired non-mobile website are annoying.
and this Google Chrome extension seeks to solve that.
It works passively in the background; no data is transmitted when using this extension and you have pretty much nothing to lose when installing it.
And allows you to make full use of the desktop versions of websites, and not plain old crappy mobile websites..