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Salling Clicker adds support for Symbian smartphones
Posted on 28-Feb-2004 11:03 | Filed under: News


Salling Clicker adds support for Symbian smartphones
Salling Software announced Salling Clicker v.2.1, a significant update to its award-winning Bluetooth remote control utility for Mac OS based computers. The new version adds support for Symbian based smartphones from Nokia, Siemens, and Sony Ericsson.

"We believe P900 users will enjoy Salling Clicker. P900 is a truly capable, all-in-one phone, and Salling Clicker adds the entertainment side that professional users are looking for, by enabling this application via Bluetooth", says Steve Walker, Vice President Global Marketing at Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB.

Salling Clicker makes use of these devices' unique capabilities. When controlling iTunes, album artwork graphics is shown in the display, and with pen-operated smartphones (like the Sony Ericsson P800 and P900), the computer's pointer can be controlled wirelessly, via Bluetooth.

In addition to its extensive support for smartphones, Salling Clicker v.2.1 improves ease-of-use and adds functionality. "Users of Apple's iPod will feel at home with how they can now browse their iTunes music libraries hierarchically with Salling Clicker," said Jonas Salling.

Salling Clicker v.2.1 is available through Salling Software's web site at a price of US$19.95 per user license. The upgrade is free for existing customers and covers all supported handheld devices. The software is designed to run on all Bluetooth equipped Macintosh computers, requires a compatible Bluetooth-enabled Palm OS handheld (version 4 or greater), Sony Ericsson mobile phone (T39m, T39mc, T520m, T68m, T68i, T610, T616, T618, Z600, Z608, T630, T628, P800, P900), Nokia (3650, 6600, N-Gage), or Siemens SX1, and Mac OS X version 10.2.8 or greater.


More information: http://www.salling.com...







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