GetLeaflets currently in beta, launching today. Just direct your iPhone browser to getleaflets.com and you’ll see a menu of icons very similar to the iPhone main menu.
The site contains a directory of services: search, flickr, New York Times, Upcoming, del.icio.us, etc. There is also a feed reader optimized for the iPhone where feeds to any site can quickly be added. And the site also has a directory of other useful iPhone applications that have nothing to do with the site – PocketTweets (Twitter), Digg, etc.
The service does more than redirect you to other services, though. Each application, if possible, makes use of any open APIs to minimize page load times and get right to the content. The Flickr app in particular does a very nice job.
You can also run a demo simulation of the service on a normal computer, but you must be running Safari 3 to do so. Recommendation is to set up and customize you account from your desktop/laptop computer. When you have it just like you want it, log out and then log in from your iPhone.
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