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Facebook messaging expands to over one billion devices

Emoze, the world’s first free, mobile, push email service, now allows Symbian users to add their Facebook messaging in combination with any number of email messaging systems, to their favourite mobile device. Java and Windows Mobile users will have the privilege within the next few days. There is no need to purchase a sophisticated Smartphone to tap into Facebook messages on-the-move. Users can simply add Facebook to their emoze portfolio on any handset.

Instant access to read, reply and send messages, avoids the need to open the Facebook website. ‘Friends’ lists are immediately on their handset, without even needing to go through an internet browser.

“We are proud to give our users an unrivalled mobile experience that lets them play a more dynamic role as a part of Facebook’s 130 million strong community,” said Eitan Linker, emoze CEO. “Facebook is a prime example of how social networking is changing the world and our users will not miss a trick!”

In an ever-evolving state-of-change, social media sites have fast become an important way for people to stay connected with family, friends, peers, colleagues and business associates.

“Even at this nascent stage of the market, 19% of adult consumers who access social networks on their PCs also regularly access these same sites from their mobile phones,” said Jill Aldort, senior analyst at Yankee Group.

One of the internet’s biggest brands, Facebook is the fourth most-trafficked website in the world and the most trafficked social media site on the web[1]. Linker: “We want everyone in the mass market to be able to enjoy the benefits of social networking when and where they choose,” said the emoze CEO. “Facebook is only the first of many social media sites that will soon be available to our users.”

Maximizing battery performance and protecting all messages transmitted via its global service network, emoze never stores the data en-route to the user, giving even greater protection. Through a ‘push’ mechanism, messages are sent and received only when the mobile device is open and ready to receive the transmission.

Emoze can be downloaded from https://www.emoze.com or directly on the Symbian, Window’s Mobile or Java mobile device by navigating to https://emoze.com. The download is simple and wizard driven and the set-up does not require any technical assistance.

Simple, easy and fun - Emoze keeping people connected Anytime, Anywhere!

Tagged as: emoze, Facebook, Java, messaging, mobile devices, Social Networking, symbian, windows

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