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PUBLIC: Dashwire opens access to public Beta and enhances Service
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 28.03.08 - 09:00:20 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 12191x
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Dashwire, Inc. today announced it is opening the doors to its innovative service, which the company unveiled late last year the first time, providing supported Windows Mobile smartphone users around the world with powerful new ways to simplify day-to-day phone usage and to seamlessly share mobile experiences with friends and the social sites they use to stay connected with them.
Dashwire, which was available in a semi-closed Beta only so far, is focused on becoming the central hub that seamlessly bridges the mobile phone and web worlds, simplifying experiences and making it easy to access and share the world captured on your phone.

Within minutes of signing up for Dashwire's free service, all phone content - contacts, text messages, calls, photos, videos, and phone settings - automatically uploads and is safely backed-up on your web-based Dashwire account. Your phone is constantly connected to the web, where Dashwire makes it easy to search, interact with, and to share the memories captured on your phone with friends and your favorite sites.

"The most interesting stuff doesn't happen when you're sitting in front of a computer," said Ford Davidson, founder and CEO of Dashwire, "but that still doesn't mean that you don't want to easily access and share those experiences with your social circle when you're back in front your computer. Dashwire is placing a premium on the information you want to access wherever you are by helping to facilitate the intersection between your mobile, web, and social worlds."

In opening access to its free service, Dashwire is also introducing:

  • Single Click Media Sharing to Social Networks
    Users have already invested enough time building out their online social networking presences – they don't want to spend any more figuring out how to connect their mobile phones to all of them. Dashwire instantly uploads the photos from your phone to the web, allowing you to share those memories in a single click with friends on sites like Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and Bebo.
  • Remote Status Updates
    Updating your friends on the latest in your life shouldn't require a trip to the computer. Dashwire lets you instantly update your Facebook and Twitter status from your phone, helping you stay connected to your friends wherever you are.
  • Threaded SMS Conversations
    Text messaging doesn't stop when you're in front of your computer, but picking up your phone to send and receive them might. Dashwire not only enables you to read, reply, compose, and search text messages from the comfort of a computer keyboard, but it also provides you with a threaded view of your conversations by contact.
  • Automatic Phone-to-Phone Transfer
    For some users, connecting their mobile and social worlds is the least of their concerns. Dashwire not only helps these users back-up and configure their phones online, but when ready to change phones, it also automatically transfers address book contacts and device settings from one phone to the next.

Furthermore Dashwire's mobile client got an update as well including many improvements like:

  • Added progress bar
  • Added sync on/off for roaming
  • Added ability to select items that are synced
  • Support of phone-to-phone transfer
  • Manual or automatic sync, though manual sync doesn't currently support sending SMS from
  • Improved sync messaging
  • Faster performance

To start using Dashwire's free beta service, simply visit on your computer web browser to sign-up for immediate access. Dashwire is currently available for Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6-powered smartphones like the HTC Touch, Samsung BlackJack I & II, Sprint Mogul, Motorola Q series, AT&T Tilt, T-Mobile Shadow, and Pantech Duo.

Cheers ~ Arne

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