This is one of my biggest pet peeves with Android, but perhaps it's easy to solve for someone with more Android experience. When I open a page on macrumors on my iPhone, it automatically shows the whole page on the screen and the text is easy to read because it simply makes it longer and narrower with more rows of text. When I load the same page on Android, first it loads up and it's all zoomed in. Once I finally zoom out on the page, the words become very small and hard to read because Chrome renders it the same way it would render it on a desktop, very wide and with less rows of text. I have to zoom in to get the text to a readable size and then I have to keep moving the page from left to right to read a whole line. Why doesn't it know that it's loading a page on a mobile device with a vertical screen and not a desktop computer? Is there a way to change this?