Finding information isn't any harder on the wireless Web than it is on your PC. Google has a WAP page so you can perform Google searches from your phone . Google is the default search page on the Sprint PCS wireless Web; you don't even have to enter the address, just select the search feature.
The Google WAP page has limited functionality compared to the HTML version, and it doesn't support some advanced features like spellchecking. Another difference is the search results; the Google WAP page only returns results for pages that you can access from a WAP browser. Makes sense, doesn't it?
Information on the wireless Web is also organized into several portals that make finding related information easier. An example of a wireless portal is the MSN Mobile portal. The MSN Mobile portal lets you access Hotmail, Messenger, MSN alerts, ring tones, and more. The site is organized so that you can get around quickly and easily. A WAP portal can help you save time by giving you access to things that you need all in the same place.