My Avantgo available for Nokia 60 series

iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc. and Nokia  today announced that the My AvantGo service is now available to Nokia imaging phone users, marking the first availability of MyAvantGo for wireless devices based on the Symbian operating system. As of today, users of the Nokia 3650 and 7650 imaging phones will be able to access more than 2,500 channels of the world’sforemost news, weather, sports, entertainment and other content and applications. Users can download the free software for accessing mobile Web content via My AvantGo at   Thenew Series 60 based Nokia 3650 imaging phone is a complete tool for capturing and sharing experiences. Users can take pictures or video with the built-in camera, as well as tailor the functionalityof the Nokia 3650 phone by downloading My AvantGo applications and content. With the My AvantGo “synchronize and go” model, the service offers Nokia 3650 users an improved experience for capturingand viewing web content. For more information on the Nokia 3650 visit   The Series 60 is a software platform consisting of key telephony and personal informationmanagement applications, browser, messaging clients and a complete and modifiable user interface. The software platform is optimized to run on top of Symbian OS(TM), and is designed for smartphonescharacterized by color screens, rich communications and enhanced applications.   Users can personalize their content from over 2,500 channels and then use AvantGo’s synchronization functionalityto wirelessly deliver an updated package of content to their device. After synchronization, users can quickly browse through the pages that are stored locally on their device – even when they aredisconnected from the network. Alternatively, the My AvantGo service offers real-time browsing to any web site and the ability for users to set up their own “custom channels,” such as their ownpersonal websites, that can be delivered during synchronization.   “The AvantGo Client software coupled with the My AvantGo service brings an exciting combination to users of the Nokia imagingphones. The delivery of the My AvantGo service enables our customers to access a great variety of content and information when and where they need it,” said Randy Roberts, General Manager – ImagingBusiness Unit at Nokia.   “Now Series 60 imaging phone users can get content from their favorite web sites quickly and easily on their mobile phones, and experience why My AvantGo is the numberone mobile device application. With nearly eight million registered users, My AvantGo provides a compelling value proposition to Nokia Series 60 imaging phone users,” added Ojas Rege, senior directorof product marketing for iAnywhere Solutions. “Our goal with My AvantGo is to provide the most useful content to the widest audience possible, and we expect adding the users of the Nokia imagingphones to our service will significantly expand our user base.”    In addition to providing valuable end-user content and applications on mobile devices, My AvantGo is the most robust andscalable mobile solution for businesses interested in broadening and deepening their customer relationships. The My AvantGo service enables businesses to build brand awareness, acquire new customers,reduce customer care costs and generate incremental revenue by becoming more integrated into their customers’ lives and providing their customers with convenient access to information and services ontheir mobile devices. My AvantGo has helped to develop and launch thousands of successful advertising, media and marketing campaigns designed for mobile users.


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