Action Engine to port their mobile application platform to Java capable mobile phone
Posted on 27-Apr-2005 08:06
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Action Engine Corporation is planning to bring their Action Engine Mobile Application Platform and Brand-n-Go Mobile Applications Pack to Java-enabled mobile phones. The company says that with Java support, the same intuitive and personalized Action Engine user experience people have enjoyed on Windows Mobile and Symbian devices will be possible on the millions of phones and devices running the Java platform.
Accorging to Action Engine officials the new version will be available in September. The Java version of Action Engine Mobile Application Platform will let wireless subscribers access news, weather, sports scores, driving directions, and more on their Java phones using 80% fewer keystrokes and getting results 20x faster than with the phone's browser. With the Action Engine Mobile Application Platform, Java phones remember a subscriber's most recent requests, learn their preferences and usage patterns, and then tailor and refine their operation to better meet a subscriber's needs over time.
The Java version of the Action Engine Mobile Application Platform is being built using the Java MIDP 2.0 specification and will be small enough in size to be provisioned over-the-air to a mobile device. The Java release will also maintain the favorite features that Action Engine has become known for, including integration between Action Engine Mobile Application Platform applications, as well as with the phone's email, contacts, calendar, dialer, and SMS/MMS functions. Only integrated Action Engine application suites meet the subscriber's demand for multi-function user-friendly mobile applications.
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