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LankaPropertyWeb.com, a Sri Lanka-based property portal has revamped its website to target mobile users, as the segment grows, with a responsive site that fits multiple screen sizes.
    Founded in 2007, the firm says its site gets 4.5 million monthly page views, with over 150,000 advertisements published so far.
  “We are dedicated to providing the latest technological advancements for users to easily find and sell their properties online,” Managing Director Daham Gunaratna said in a statement.
   “Users access the internet via a host of devices, and by enhancing our site to become a responsive site, they are assured of the best user experience from whatever device they access.”
  LankaPropertyWeb said features including GPS (global positioning system) technology to help find properties nearest to the user and expansion of the search radius had been added. (Economynext)

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