GyPSii Reaches into New Devices and Markets With Nokia And Research In Motion
GyPSii Expands Distribution
February, 6th, 2009, Salo, Finland and Amsterdam, The Netherlands: GeoSentric Oyj’s (NASDAQ OMX: GEO1V), GyPSii business unit, today announced that its market leading mobile social networking application is now available on over 25 more Nokia devices, as well as the BlackBerry Bold, Curve and Pearl devices from Research in Motion – a move that extends the reach of GyPSii to millions of potential new customers – available for download at GyPSii Mobile
GyPSii users can uniquely experience a broad range of location-specific functions and mobile lifestyle services - including sharing user generated content, mobile geo-location content search, and social networking, as well the ability to view it all on a map – all within a single user experience. The latest version of the GyPSii software extends these features to even more devices and markets in particular, China.
Supported Nokia phones include: N96, N95-8GB, N95, N93/N931, N92, N85, N82, N81, N80, N79, N78, N77, N76, N75, N73, N72, N71, E90, E71, E70, E66, E65, E62, E61/E61i, E60, E51, E50, Touch Xpress 5800, 6220 Classic, 6210 Navigator, 6120 Classic, 6110 Navigator, 5700, 5500, 5320XM.
Supported Blackberry Smartphones include: Bold; Pearl series 8110, 8120, 8130; Curve series 8310, 8320, 8330 and 8800, 8820, 8830.
“With enormous growth in the use of social networking on the mobile phone over the past year, it is important that GyPSii remains at the forefront of the industry and is available to as many people as possible,” says Shane Lennon, SVP Marketing and Product Management at GyPSii. “The support for new devices from two of the world’s premier handset manufacturers is further evidence of GyPSii’s drive to build our existing community and generate a social networking platform that is accessibly to anybody, anywhere in the world.”
“GyPSii’s unique global infrastructure allows us to not only attract and retain members but also drive additional revenues for mobile operators and other GyPSii partners,” continued Lennon. “We are constantly reviewing ways to enrich the GyPSii user experience and extend our reach to new markets. These two announcements, on top of our agreements already in place with the likes of Samsung, Garmin and Intel, showcase GyPSii’s ability to scale quickly as we seek to establish a new form of in location-led mobile social networking.”
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