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WorldMate listed as Top Seller software across different mobile platforms
Posted on 24-Feb-2005 08:21 | Tags Filed under: News



WorldMate is the first mobile application software to achieve a coveted spot in the Top 10 Consumer Bestsellers lists across all the mobile platforms simultaneously.

"Which platforms we're on isn't as important to us as providing business travelers with the mobility, time sensitive travel services and access to critical information they want while they're on the go," stated MobiMate's VP of Marketing, Nicole Mayraz.

She continued by explaining that, "our customers need that mobility, that freedom to have essential business and travel information wherever they are -- and that means delivering it straight to their mobile devices. We'll continue to evolve alongside the mobile device manufacturers in order to guarantee just that."

Achieving top honors across all the bestsellers lists, which is based on consumer purchasing of the product, for all the mobile platforms on the market today was once considered to be impossible.

Ashley Walker, Public Relations manager for Handango stated, "WorldMate is the first application to make the Best Sellers list in each and every platform. This is an outstanding achievement and we congratulate MobiMate for creating a product and service that users can't seem to live without."

WorldMate's success spans both the PDA and mobile phone markets, and is a bestseller in all of the following categories and platforms: Travel, Business & Professional, Personal Productivity, Palm OS, Windows Mobile Pocket PC, Symbian UIQ, Symbian Series 60, Blackberry, Nokia Series 80 Communicators and J2ME (Java enabled phones).

WorldMate is also available as a PC version (the Desktop Companion) and will be bundled on the all new Nokia 7710 (Nokia Series 90 platform). The WorldMate service ranges in price from $29.95 to $69.95 per year and can be purchased on various online mobile application download Web sites, including the Geekzone Software Store.






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