In these days of smartphones and iphones, the world wide web is a resource that is consistently accessible by the touch of a button. In modern times, wireless internet applications can be accessed via laptops, phones and various other mobile networking devices. There are literally thousands of wireless internet applications that are currently available to the average consumer. The most popular wireless applications today span from bookmarking to publishing to search engines. Digital Trends online magazine recently rated Tips and Tricks, Password, Air-to-Do and Google Voice as the best iPhone applications. Some wireless applications can be daunting to consumers who are not quite technology saavy. Luckily, each app usually comes with explicit directions for usage. There is a protocol called Wireless Application Protocol that offers a standard for wireless sharing. Under the Wireless Application Protocol, there are more opportunities for wireless sharing and distinct standards around the access of information over a mobile wireless network. Under this protocol, consumers can now email by phone, track stock-market prices, access sports results, news headlines and music downloads. The Wireless Application Environment (WAE) is an environment that defines application-specific markup languages. These languages are frequently used as standard communication in wireless internet applications.