Greenlight Wireless Corporation has announced the release of Skweezer 2.0, the latest version of its wireless Web browsing application for PDA and smartphone users.
Skweezer 2.0 includes a host of new features, most notably the ability to work on cell phones with xHTML browsers, such as the latest Nokia, Ericsson & Motorola handsets. Skweezer has also been updated for use on Palm OS Garnet and Cobalt devices, as well as the new Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition and Windows Mobile SmartPhone Edition operating systems. Skweezer’s Web content compression process has been significantly improved, translating into lower wireless data service charges and faster content delivery. Skweezer 2.0 also has a new and more streamlined user interface, the ability to import favorites from a desktop computer, and integrated access to Plaxo contacts.
Skweezer reformats Web pages in a way that makes them easier to view and navigate on a device with a small screen, while at the same time reducing and compressing the data that's being downloaded. And since Skweezer optimizes Web content before it's sent to your PDA, you save money on wireless data charges from your service provider. And because this is a Web-based application, it means there's no software to download and install onto your handset or PDA
Skweezer now accommodates its growing following in Europe and South America by providing an application interface and user guide in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish languages. Access to non-English Web content, such as sites that use Cyrillic and other non-Western character sets, has also been greatly improved.
Skweezer 2.0 can be purchased online for USD$14.99, which includes a no-obligation 30-day trial period and a full year of service. To celebrate this launch, Geekzone is running a giveaway with three subscription to our registered users (entries close 29 July 2004).