Communology, which specializes in mobile phone applications, announced that it will focus on Visual Voicemail (VVM) at the forthcoming Mobile World Congress, in a press release.. The software company will introduce new solutions, including Visual Voicemail for BlackBerry (News - Alert).
With the optional voice-to-text function, the app can transcribe voicemail to text. This kind of functionality can be a huge advantage for the BlackBerry user.
Communology is also offering a browser-based VVM widget into the mix. Basic VVM functions will be accessible via Internet enabled devices or even a Smartphone without mobile VVM apps, such as Windows Phone 7, or iPhone (News - Alert) users who did not subscribe to VVM through their service provider, according to company officials.
“As part of our VVM portfolio we're offering quality assured software for all relevant mobile phone platforms, as well as Internet access, server and charging technology, services and the necessary patent licenses from a single source,” said Thomas Kaehler, CEO of Communology, in a statement. “This is shown in the projects we are currently undertaking in partnership with the largest mobile phone operators across the world.”
Communology is offering easy solutions to customers. VVM provides a visual user interface for processing voicemail. Messages are downloaded and managed directly on the mobile device and can be answered with the push of a button. Users can decide which message they wish to listen to, and for how long the message is to be stored, just like SMS and email.
The software company will showcase new VVM features such as a convenient sorting function for voicemails, as well as the option of saving multiple greetings on mobile phones. Communology will also present its Mobile Test Edition (MTE) software and service offerings for app quality management at the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert).
Recently, Communology announced the availability of LiveMedia Mobile Mash-Up for Windows Phone 7, the company’s first solution for Microsoft’s (News - Alert) new smartphone OS.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein