By SERGIO MOSQUEDA Pageonce bypasses login screens, culls and links personal travel, finance, social networks, utilities, e-mail, and shopping information to the iPhone and Blackberry devices. James Engel, a Keller Williams Realtor in Beverly Hills, Calif., chose Pageonce for his iPhone "because I can log in and see different Web sites all at one time." The tiny screens on many mobile devices makes checking individual sites time-consuming. Although Engel, a commercial real estate agent, usually chooses to turn off his iPhone during his free time, Pageonce allows him to track his bank and credit accounts, read his e-mail, and view social networks such as Twitter, MySpace and Facebook. "If I'm on the plane I can upload a week's worth of Web sites that I've missed or that I don't check daily, and it comes in handy that way," said Engel. The application can be used to keep tabs on phone minutes used and travel expenses, though it is not yet integrated with mu...
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