Offers content aggregation, status updates and access to RSS content
Motricity, a provider of mobile internet services, has introduced mCore Connect, which offers one-click mobile access to social networks such as Facebook, mySpace and Twitter, along with e-mail sites like Gmail, Yahoo, MSN and AOL Mail.
The company said that the new offering will provide a single and simple means for consumers to stay connected to their social networks and email while on the go, making efficient use of limited carrier network capacity.
According to Motricity, the mCore Connect will provide features including content aggregation that enables email and social networking content to be pulled into a single interface, creating a single source for all social interaction needs; and status updates that allows consumers to update and publish their status across multiple services through a single user interface.
The mCore Connect comes equipped with an RSS reader which can aggregate all the top feeds from popular internet sites into a single view on your mobile. It also helps users to optimise user experience through personalisation, Motricity said.
mCore Connect can be reached through a range of access mediums, including web, WAP, J2ME, thick, thin and native clients, set-top boxes, gaming consoles, laptops, netbooks, eReaders and other IT devices, and through a range of mobile operating systems, including Symbian, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Mobile and Palm webOS, the company said.
Ryan Wuerch, chief executive officer at Motricity, said: “As the desire for social networking services grows, end users are demanding a quicker, easier and more intuitive mobile experience. There’s a big opportunity for carriers to deliver more user-friendly access to these sought-after destinations while, at the same time, reducing the network overhead required to deliver these services.”