At the beginning of the month Thedroidguy.com and many other sites reported that Myspace was on it’s last leg. Chase Carey, President of News Corp, spoke very negatively about the results Myspace was currently seeing.
Myspace has reported today that they are revamping their mobile site in hopes to attract new users, and to re-engage current users. Of course this is all an effort to regain lost ad revenues. Myspace said “With more than a third of Myspace’s Gen Y users interacting with the site on mobile devices every day, these new offerings meet their desire to consume entertainment news and content anytime, anywhere and from any device.”
The newly updated Myspace mobile site is available to all Android users starting today. The biggest improvements are in the “pop culture” area and include:
Breaking news and status updates from top Music Artists
New video content from partners; Fuel TV, TMZ, Fox, National Geographic and more
Celebrity status updates photos and blogs
Another new feature to the improved Myspace mobile site is the ability to see most of the sites content without actually logging in to your Myspace account.
Myspace is rolling out a new version of it’s iPhone app. Myspace has also confirmed to thedroidguy that the Android app will see an update in the near future as well
Source: Myspace Inc