Picsel announces Proviewer

January 11, 2006


Picsel Technologies has announced the release of its rich media solution for mobile devices will be available to consumers, citing public demand as the main reason for the release. Proviewer will support Symbian and Palm platforms at the time of its launch at the end of January.

Proviewer allows users to seamlessly interact with content rich attachments on the move. According to Picsel, Proviewer will be the first in a series of 'Pro' branded end-user products designed to extend functionality on smartphones and handheld devices. The product will support native Microsoft Office files, PDF, plain text and various image formats, incorporating Pan and Zoom functionality that makes viewing content on the small screen more practical.

Imran Khand, Picsel's CEO, said: "Picsel prides itself on delivering the best user experience in the mobile market and in launching this solution directly to consumers, we're offering our industry leading products to an even wider captive audience. Our aim is to drive mobile consumer choice through the delivery new applications which feature new levels of interactivity and user interface functionality."

More information on the deal can be found on the Picsel website.

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