CarHistoryRecords.com Optimizes Search Service for Mobile Devices
Consumers will now be able to access used car records on most smartphones and tablets.
CarHistoryRecords.com has launched versions of their public document records search service that are optimized for most popular mobile devices, the company said yesterday.
“We spent a lot of time and effort getting our main website working,” a CarHistoryRecords.com spokesman said. “When that was complete, we moved on to making sure that we had versions of our service available for the ever growing mobile market. It’s the logical second phase of any launch cycle in 2014.” Consumers can now access CarHistoryRecords.com on iPads, iPhones, Android-enabled devices and Windows devices, he said. “As soon as a customer goes to our site, the service will recognize what type of device they are using and automatically redirect them to the optimized version of our service,” he said.
Making CarHistoryRecords.com accessible via mobile is very important to the company, he said. “When people are looking to buy a used car, they don’t want to have to drive home to enter the VIN to search for information about the vehicle,” he said. “They want to be able to get that information then and there so they can make a quick purchasing decision.”
CarHistoryRecords.com plans to announce further developments in their launch cycle in the near future. “We are nowhere near done with our company launch efforts,” he said. “This is just the beginning.”