Hundreds of millions of mobile phone owners can now take advantage of email on-the-move as emoze launches the world's first push mobile email solution for Java handsets.
Push-mobile email is now available to a whole new category of mobile users, with more than 800 handsets added to the mobile email mix. Standard-grade handsets previously considered 'dumber' than Blackberry handsets, Smartphones or Windows Mobile devices, can get very smart with emoze.
Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola and Samsung users will be able to get emoze push mail on their handsets. The deployment will be in stages; Nokia Series40 handsets will be the first to be added, followed shortly after by the rest.
Unique web-like graphics, flexible layouts and animated screen transitions are all supported by the emoze Java client. Unlike other simple push email solutions, emoze delivers slick, colorful and well laid out messaging and content - mirroring what you get on your PC screen - to even the most basic mobile phone.
Emoze is available to everybody for free by quick and easy download from http://www.emoze.com independent of operator.
"This technology has been a long time in the making. We are committed to providing the most robust solution to the broadest number of handsets which fits into the emoze mass market strategy and serves millions of Java mobile phone users worldwide," said Eitan Linker, emoze CEO.
'Emoze offers users a never before seen user-experience that is not limited to the high-end smart phones. This experience is available to users with even the most basic of handsets.'
Using new, state-of-the-art SUN technology, all the whiz-bangs, swivel screens, colors and graphics offered by the user's favorite mobile device, are heightened with emoze technology, ensuring a smooth transition from desktop to mobile. All that is required is a low-cost data package from your service provider.
Built with cost efficiency and security in mind, emoze employs specialized encryption features and data compression to ensure safety of all data. Data is never stored on any third party site.
emoze's Java client supports a range of personal and corporate data sources including Microsoft Exchange (Outlook), POP3/IMAP servers, as well as Web mail servers like Gmail.
Mobile email on the move with emoze: 'Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere!'