A lightning fast customizable task engine that eliminates search, search results, scanning and scrolling...mature rating only due to access to Google, similar to Google bookmark already on iPhone ***NOTE: NO MATURE CONTENT*** WORLDPORT NAVIGATOR CONTAINS NO MATURE CONTENT. A 17+ RATING IS REQUIRED OF ANY APPLICATION THAT PROVIDES ACCESS TO THE WEB, INCLUDING GOOGLE, YAHOO, ASK AND MSN. Save valuable time. WorldPort Navigator is the new way to accomplish your mobile needs in just a few seconds. Focus in on just what you want from thousands of screened web pages. There's no need to type text in search engine entry boxes, or scroll through search results or web pages trying to find where to click to get to the page you need. We have done the work for you while still preserving your freedom of choice. Simply tap three or four times to select from eight or more of the best websites in all of the top categories, such as weather, traffic, travel, restaurants, online stock trading and banking, government sites, Yellow Pages, local shopping, search engine, social sites, online tools and games, videos, mobile log-in pages, and more. Not a search engine or search algorithm, Worldport is an editor-crafted collection of thousands of the most popular and useful websites, organized in a completely new and revolutionary interface that allows you to select from them in three or four seconds. On many links, you may choose to auto-dial or go to the website. You can even set your preferences, globally or per link, to directly navigate to a website or auto-dial a customer service number automatically without being asked. To build your own mobile universe, just fill in your own categories, and subcategories, and link them to your favorite websites or content. As you become familiar with our collection of sites, and build your own collection, you will find Worldport Navigator becoming an invaluable part of your daily life, transforming your mobile Web use while saving you precious time. Worldport Navigator 2.0 provides visual feedback for touch operations on its iX interface as well as calling up the Safari browser within the application to allow for multiple or parallel searches.