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Burleigh Waters, Queensland, Australia, 2010/04/29 - DreamSpring, a Symbian smartphone specialist, announced the availability of its innovative activity manager DreamLife for Symbian S60 3rd edition as well as language versions for 5th edition smartphone users.
DreamSpring today released the S60 version of DreamLife for Nokia S60 v3.1 and v3.2 non-touch phones, closing the gap for an all in one contacts calendar manager. “The combination of contacts and calendar creates a killer app.”, confirms IntoMobile.
This version of DreamLife features clear display of contact information in business card format, key match and global find contacts, planner calendar view, context activity editor, hierarchical sub-categories and many more innovative technologies, which according to i-Symbian's founder Asri Al-Baker, “DreamLife is the closest thing you can get to a "real" desktop class PIM."
DreamLife for S60 fully integrates calendar entries with contacts, making it easy to manage contacts within an easy to use calendar and vice versa. “This new contacts and calendar combination creates an excellent application which means the user can link their contacts to a specific calendar date, something which had been lacking in most calendar applications for a while.", explains Phones Review.
DreamLife highlights at a glance information viewing. It shows 60% more contact information, uses less screen space and presents most important and frequently used contact information first in a unique layout based on category. DreamLife's rich planner calendar view provides a visual representation of activities including appointments, todos, reminders, event categories and status for easy viewing.
Another highlight is DreamLife's innovative two-pane context editor, the first in the industry. This allows users to plan activities in the context of the day for more accuracy and less time. DreamLife S60 also boasts powerful and instant search of contacts using the unique keymatch and flexible global find, as well as hierarchical sub-categories, giving S60 users the ability to organise their contacts and activities in a meaningful and realistic way.
On DreamLife's contact component, which also sold separately as DreamConnect, Best of Symbian concludes, “It addresses all the limitations of the native contacts application adding a good find, adding categories, better display of contact information and various filters. It is a must have and I'll give it 5 of 5."
DreamLife S60 is Symbian signed and adds Spanish, French, Italian and German support in addition to English to both 3rd edition and 5th edition phones. It also includes online help in these languages.
More information on DreamLife S60 is available at dreamspring.com. Users can trial DreamLife for S60 before purchase.
On the announcement of DreamLife S60 3rd edition version and language versions, Managing Director Malcolm Lithgow says: “This release completes our portfolio of products ported across from UIQ. We are eager to see more S60 users enjoying the benefits of our applications.”
DreamLife offers Symbian smartphone users a simpler and more effective way of managing their activities. DreamLife S60 version is available for €35 or as an upgrade to current DreamConnect S60 customers for €15.
The language upgrade is available free of charge to all current owners of DreamLife for S60 5th edition.
DreamSpring (dreamspring.com) was established as a new venture by the former co-founder of an internet security company that is now a part of IBM. DreamSpring specialises in creating quality and innovative Symbian-based software to meet the changing needs of smartphone users.