DreamSpring Release DreamScribe for Nokia Smartphone Users
Gold Coast, Australia, 18 February 2003 - DreamSpring, a mobile computing software company, announced the availability of DreamScribe, an innovative activity creation application for Nokia smartphone users.
DreamSpring today released DreamScribe, its first smartphone product for Nokia 7650 and other Series 60 smartphone users. DreamScribe is designed for those who frequently need to access their Calendar and create activities. DreamScribe's innovative joystick-based navigation and activity type lists minimise text entry and the number of keystrokes. It significantly shortens the time required to create and modify entries in Calendar, To-dos and Contacts.
DreamScribe's integration of the Contacts database with Calendar makes it the ideal entry point for the standard built-in applications including Calendar, To-do and Contacts. Users no longer need to open multiple applications to get the information they need to create activities and to-dos or schedule meetings and events with one or more contacts. DreamScribe speeds up the process by making the information available in one location. To save users time and hassle, DreamScribe automatically saves the created or edited information to the relevant applications.
Details on DreamScribe's features can be found at http://www.dreamspring.com/products/dreamscribe/index.php. A trial version is available at http://www.dreamspring.com/products/dreamscribe/download/trial.php for users to try before purchase.
On the release of DreamScribe, Managing Director Malcolm Lithgow comments: "I have found prerelease versions of DreamScribe to be extremely handy. I am confident that Series 60 users will benefit from DreamScribe's versatility and intuitiveness."
DreamScribe provides Series 60 phone users a quicker and easier method to input data to built-in applications. The product is available at http://www.dreamspring.com/ for US$15.95.
For more information, please contact:
DreamSpring Pty Ltd
1 Crozet Ct, Burleigh Waters, QLD 4220, Australia
DreamSpring was established as a new venture by the former co-founder of an internet security company that is now a part of IBM. DreamSpring specialises in creating quality and innovative Symbian-based mobile computing software to meet the changing needs of mobile computer users.
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