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The reason that the sites you mention don't take advantage of the feature is because it doesn't work quite like you'd expect. It's true that that app will open in full-screen if you set the metatag, but any clicks that request a new page will launch Safari to display them. So in order to stay within the web-app, all your links need to open via ajax. Too ...
Xmarks have now released an official iPhone App! http://itunes.apple.com/app/xmarks-for-iphone/id381187793
It can be done by syncing xmarks to IE or Safari a PC or Mac, then syncing that with the iPhone via iTunes. A one step solution would be better though!
It's most likely the font, most fonts simply don't have Japanese characters. If it renders in iOS, that's probably selecting a different font from the CSS than the others. If that's the case, just ensure all the fonts in the CSS list support Japanese.
Not directly helpful, but the Blackberry GMail app supports multiply logged in account. I stay logged in on 4 different accounts. Shift-J switches to the next account. Usernames and passwords are remembered through restarts, but on a reinstall I have to re-enter all the information.
Check out the new sencha framework site and view their examples. They have a really nice solitaire game or the iPad, but their apps are designed to run with a native look and feel on iPhone/iPad and Android, including offline mode.
I think Glyphboard is a clever example. The app is here: http://mrgan.com/gb/ (iPhone link) and some (technical) background info is here: http://mrgan.tumblr.com/post/98547533/fullscreen-web-apps
I don't believe that it's possible with the web version. It's possible on the native Mail app because it's simply changing the folder where a swiped messages goes; it works with all hosts because Mail just says "move this message to folder X". However, the Gmail online app isn't an IMAP client that says "move this message", but instead is Gmail itself. ...
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