BARCELONA, SPAIN: Communology, a Cologne, Germany-based software house specializing in mobile applications, is launching two new messaging solutions for Android onto the market at the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona (Hall 2, Stand 2B68).
Mobile operators that need to deliver functionally advanced, high-quality applications to the rapidly growing community using Google’s smart phone operating system can now achieve this much faster with LiveMedia Visual Voicemail for Android and LiveMedia Mobile IM for Android.
Visual voicemail offers a convenient user interface that revolutionizes how they interact with voicemail. With LiveMedia Visual Voicemail for Android, Communology is making its user-friendly client software available for Android devices. Communology ensures interoperability with a variety of voicemail servers used by mobile operators. The company already offers visual voicemail clients for Symbian, Windows Mobile and Java ME devices, along with implementation services and, if customers require, patent licenses, all from a single source.
For icq, msn, Yahoo and other instant messaging (IM) communities, Communology offers convenient, pre-configured Java ME and Symbian clients. With LiveMedia Mobile IM for Android, Communology is adding another popular platform to its portfolio. With auto login functionality and the ability to work with multiple IM communities through a single interface, LiveMedia Mobile IM offers users maximum convenience. Mobile communication features like click-to-call and click-to-text extend the base messaging functionality.
Proven white label model
Communology’s quality-tested, pre-configured LiveMedia clients are available as white label products that can easily be customized and branded to mobile operators’ requirements and ported to specific models of mobile device. This reduces time-to-market significantly.
The carrier-grade apps meet the stringent requirements of network operators and support voicemail servers and IM gateways from leading vendors. The white label model of developing mobile communication applications has proven itself repeatedly.
Customers who have purchased LiveMedia clients include several major mobile communication industry players such as Sony Ericsson, Nokia, T-Mobile and Vodafone, media companies like Astra, and businesses using mobile advertising, including Daimler.