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GeoSurf v 3.0 Released: Proxy Surfing from More Locations with More Options(June 07, 2011)
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 07, 2011
The widely-anticipated GeoSurf v 3.0 is being released with free trials and competitive pricing.
The GeoSurf toolbar has always been the premier solution for browsing the internet as a local user. The service allows anyone to be anywhere and select from a list of locations to browse from. Using this tool, a user can sit on the banks of the Seine in Paris, use GeoSurf as if surfing from New York, and view the internet as New Yorkers do. Often used by professionals in the online marketing realm, the tool has become an invaluable asset for QA, campaign monitoring, and geo-targeting research.
GeoSurf is now available in over 80 global locations, including 61 Countries and 22 US Designated Market Areas. For a full listing of the proxy websites, see GeoSurf.com.
The new features of the newly-released version include an Enhanced Mobile Emulator. This feature allows users to see localized geo-targeted results as viewed on many popular phone models. Internet websites (and their ads) do not look the same on an iPhone in Hong Kong as they do on a Blackberry in Canada or an Android Samsung Galaxy in Seattle.
Another handy new feature is the choice to access GeoSurf either as a toolbar, as a menu in the Navigation bar, or as an indicator in the Add-on bar. These options ease the user experience and allow for customization to the users preference.
Other features like Recently Accessed Locations that allow single-click switching between the worldwide gateways, Advanced Proxy Settings that allow for complex configurations, and Network Status Indications make the new version streamlined, useable, and a definite necessity for anyone interested in localized advertising, mobile marketing, and geo-targeting.
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