AOL and AIM Go Mobile With Emoze
Hmm.. AOL and AIM are still in use? Wow, I had forgotten they even existed… but if you’re one of the ‘more than 10 million email users’ then you can now use Emoze to get your email on your mobile phone! It looks like they offer free and Pro versions of the application and it’s available for many types of phones, including WinMo of course..
SAN FRANCISCO, May 19/PRNewswire/ — More than 10 million email users can now go mobile, thanks to the latest emoze data source release for AOL subscribers. People with an AOL email address can now get their messages and more pushed to their mobile phone, with real-time, secure synchronisation from emoze.
Users experience the ultimate in mobile messaging. Available on the broadest range of mobile devices, from smartphones to simple phones (Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and more), emoze is easy, affordable and mimics the look and feel of the AOL experience already familiar on a PC.
For those with more than one email address, or avid fans of social communities like Facebook, the emoze PRO version allows users to set up multiple messaging addresses to be delivered to their mobile phone for a nominal monthly charge. With emoze, even a simple mobile phone can become an individual’s communications centre.
"We are determined to provide all mobile phone users with the benefits of today’s mobile lifestyle by delivering secure, real-time messaging, without the need to buy a special handset or expensive proprietary services," says Eitan Linker, chief executive of emoze. He continues saying "We offer all web-based email sources the opportunity to maintain their subscriber loyalty by enabling them to offer a new dimension in mobility – safe, secure, cost-efficient, real-time mobile messaging on the end user’s personal mobile devices, which is the ultimate user experience.
Synchronization and security are high priorities and users can rest assured that emoze delivers every email in the safest, most secure manner, employing compression and encryption to provide the highest level of security. In addition, emoze never stores email on a 3rd party server. Messaging is pushed only when the mobile device is open and ready to receive. Emoze push mail mobility is cost efficient as there is no need for the device to continuously poll the server. Email, events and attachments are pushed as they arrive and transmissions are optimized to conserve batteries and minimize data charges.
A free download of the software is available at http://www.emoze.com or users can navigate on their web-enabled handset to https://emoze.com for the emoze download. The simple online wizard means set-up is straightforward and speedy. Emoze is the future, bookmark the website to see where emoze will reach next: exciting breakthrough news coming up soon!
emoze turns mobile phones and mobile devices in to fully functional personal communication devices with a single, simple and free download for the individual user. It delivers real-time, secure synchronisation of emails, calendars, contacts and tasks – pushing data and updates to you anytime, anywhere using any mobile service provider network or WiFi and all leading brands of mobile device. Download, registration and use of emoze are all free for the individual user. Users need a data package from their mobile service provider. emoze supports all popular email data sources (e.g. Lotus Notes and Domino Servers, Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, POP3 and Web-Access) and mobile device operating systems, and provides a simple user interface and high level security for emails and data.
As a spin-off of Emblaze in 2006, emoze has users in almost every country worldwide. emoze is a subsidiary of the Emblaze Group (LSE: BLZ). For more information, please visit http://www.emoze.com. Stay connected with emoze – wherever you are!
This company’s web site http://www.emoze.com/
It’s time to switch to Android device and use Emoze Push client which gives the ability to push any type of email ,obviously Exchange ,IMAP,Gmail Hotmail but even POP3 which is very limited email protocol.
I’ve done benchmarks with the stock ICS email client and with several third party clients like Touchdown, Moxier, K9 and I find that Emoze has the advantage in almost every aspect.
Push notification is stable and fast ,less than 60 sec.
Battery consumption is low ,I’m able to work in push mode without charging for at least 22 hours.
I’m quite a heavy email user so it was kind of a surprise to me because I used to have 6-8 hours max with only one account working in push.
I have 5 email accounts which is about 100-200 email per day so no kidding ,this one really improved my life ,I’m less paranoid about my battery.
Other features which are quite useful are the security options that allows you to find the device location by SMS or email
and also to remote wipe or block by SMS.
This is cool because you don’t need PC connected to the internet to get the job done ,you can simply send SMS to your phone number to activate the security process.