Good Technology has announced GoodLink 4.5 for Microsoft Windows Mobile Smartphones. This version is in addition to the current list of handheld supported, including Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Palm OS.
The company is also hinting on a future release of its software for Symbian Series 60 based Nokia smartphones.
GoodLink 4.5 for Windows Mobile-based smartphones will initially be available on the Motorola MPx220 and Audiovox SMT5600 and supported through global carriers including Cingular Wireless in the USA.
The software is tightly integrated with the Windows Mobile Smartphones OS, providing mobile employees with a two-way, wirelessly synchronized connection to enterprise email, calendar, contacts, tasks and notes on a portable, phone-centric handheld optimized for one-handed operation.
GoodLink 4.5 also introduces new productivity-enhancing features across the Smartphone, Pocket PC and Treo platforms, including the ability to instantly respond to an email with a phone call (Call Sender); a new feature to save vCard contacts on the handheld for automatic wireless synchronization with Outlook Exchange; and an offline data mode while still being able to make and receive phone calls.
GoodLink 4.5 for Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Smartphones will be available in August.