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Mobatech releases Mobile Checkbook and Mobile Bartender for Blackberry
Posted on 17-May-2005 17:37 | Tags Filed under: News


Mobatech releases Mobile Checkbook and Mobile Bartender for Blackberry
Mobatech has introduced its best-selling Mobile Checkbook and Mobile Bartender applications are now available for popular RIM BlackBerry handheld devices through Handango, Mobatech's own website or the Geekzone Software Store (161587 Mobile Checkbook and 164022 Mobile Bartender).

Mobatech has been dedicated to developing quality mobile solutions that customers will find easy to use and beneficial to their everyday lives. Both the Mobile Checkbook and Mobile Bartender applications have shared lengthy stints atop the Handango list of best-selling applications for cellular phones in the personal productivity category, and both products currently rank among the lists' top-five.

Mobatech first launched its Mobile Checkbook application in 2003, providing consumers with an easy way to enter banking transactions and maintain their checking account balances via a standard cell phone. Like its predecessor, the BlackBerry version supports an unlimited number of bank accounts and provides users with the ability to export their transaction list over the air to their home e-mail account for permanent storage and printing purposes in either Excel or Quicken file formats. Mobile Checkbook is the first and only checkbook application for BlackBerry devices that supports desktop synching functionality.

Mobile Bartender, recently named Motorola's best-selling application in the fourth quarter of 2004, includes nearly 200 drink recipes - the most comprehensive of any cell phone bartender guide - and brings a number of firsts to BlackBerry devices. The application's easy-to-use menu option provides users with the ability to search by liquor type, the first letter of the drink, or the name of a particular shot category. Users also have the ability to earmark recipes as "favorites" for future reference.

Both products have been updated with enhanced features for BlackBerry devices including improved graphics and a user interface that takes advantage of BlackBerry handheld controls including the BlackBerry scroll wheel.







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