Symbian and VISIARC Launch Mobile Documents at Demo 2010

By The Symbian Foundation, PRNE
Sunday, March 21, 2010

New Mobile Email App Eliminates Problems and Costs of Handling Large Attachments

PALM DESERT, California and LONDON, March 22, 2010 - The Symbian Foundation and mobile software developer, VISIARC today
announced the launch of Mobile Documents, a unique subscription-based,
streaming email app for Symbian OS-based devices at DEMO 2010. By providing
streamed access to email, Mobile Documents is the first app to eliminate the
inconvenience and data costs associated with downloading large emails and

Mobile Documents allows users to immediately access documents that are
stored on remote servers, attach them and simply click send. Mobile Documents
provides push notification and easy access to email and documents anytime,
anywhere- saving users time and data costs. The new app can be downloaded at:

"Mobile Documents changes the way we access mail on the go and without
all of the roaming or downloading costs," explains Lee M. Williams, Executive
Director of the Symbian Foundation. "We're proud to see innovative developers
harness the power of the Symbian OS to create productivity apps that
transform mobile processes. These guys are a great new addition to our member

"Symbian's open platform allowed us to achieve our goal of creating a
dynamic app that modernizes mobile email," states Peter Lindgren, CEO of
VISIARC. "We look forward to tapping into the capabilities of the Symbian^4
platform and discovering even more ways to enhance email services for

A demonstration version of Mobile Documents is available for devices
running on the Symbian^1, and Symbian^3 platforms with any IMAP email

About Symbian Foundation

The Symbian Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization whose
mission is to enable an open ecosystem dedicated to creating the most
innovative user experiences on mobile devices. Symbian maintains the code for
an open source software platform based on Symbian OS and software assets
contributed by Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, and Sony Ericsson, including the S60 and
MOAP(S) user interfaces. The Symbian platform is now fully open source.

The foundation promotes collaboration, contributions and active
participation, and operates as a meritocracy. Symbian's board of directors
comprises: AT&T Mobility LLC, Fujitsu Limited, Nokia Corporation, NTT DOCOMO,
INC., Qualcomm Innovation Center, Ltd., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Sony
Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, ST Microelectronics NV, Texas Instruments
Inc., and Vodafone Group Services Ltd.

The Symbian Foundation has offices in the UK (London), US (Foster City),
Japan (Tokyo), Finland (Helsinki), China (Beijing) and South Korea (Seoul).


VISIARC is a privately owned Swedish company, an independent software
vendor, developing leading mobile technology with a focus on security and

For more information please visit and, or contact:

    Andrea Heuer, Consort Partners

Andrea Heuer, Consort Partners, +1-917-886-5113, andrea at


Debdip Sinha Roy
June 3, 2010: 1:49 pm

I am the General Secretary of an all India based NGO{FSJD}.Now we are working on Save the tiges. We also had a talk to WWF and they had promised to work colabotely. All we want from you is that you come forward to support us.

Debdip Sinha Roy
General Secretary
Forum For Social Justice And Development
FSJD{ALL india}

March 24, 2010: 5:20 am

If people could get the attachment files quicker with less cost then this mobile document app is really going to capture the interest of the market.

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