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AgileMobile.com Net Messenger Mobile Connectivity

AgileMobile.com Launches Instant Messenger for Mobile Phones with Continuous Connectivity Across Multiple Accounts

NEW YORK, Aug. 27 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Platform supports AOL(R), Yahoo!(R), ICQ(R) and MSN(R) Chat Networks; Free Download Available at www.agilemobile.com

AgileMobile.com, a privately owned developer and provider of software for smart phones, today launched its Agile Messenger instant messenger service - an innovative communication platform for use with mobile phones. Agile Messenger is the first product of its kind that provides a stable and continuous online connection for instant messaging via mobile phones with the four most popular services: ICQ(R), AOL(R), Yahoo!(R) and MSN(R).

The software can be downloaded for free at www.agilemobile.com, and is currently available for Symbian OS compatible phones, including Nokia 7650 and 3650 and Ericsson P800. The MS Windows Smartphone version will be available soon.

Agile Messenger establishes a simultaneous connection so that users can run multiple personal IM accounts over a single interface on their mobile phones. After a quick and easy set up, Agile's powerful and efficient platform allows users to instantly begin text messaging on any of the respective chat networks. And once configured, logging on to individual IM accounts is no longer necessary.

"Agile Messenger is the most user-friendly and reliable instant messenger service available for mobile phones," said Timon Haringa, Technical Director of AgileMobile.com. "Because the online connection is constant and simultaneous with all of the chat networks, users can be truly mobile and never out of touch with their business contacts or friends. Agile Messenger provides a streamlined IM application to mobile phone users anywhere in the world."

Agile Messenger allows for secure, individual conversations among different chat networks. Once disconnected, all IM accounts are instantly signed out.

AgileMobile.com is also developing a robust collection of additional applications, including: -- Agile Lie Detector is a real-time application that measures stress caused by lying in a person's voice, which is displayed via a graph on the users' mobile screen. -- Agile Fighter Bluetooth is a fast-paced kung fu game featuring rich graphics and exciting single- and multi-player gameplay. -- Agile Pets is a virtual pet game for J2ME enabled devices, where players nurture and care for virtual pets on their mobile phones, trying to raise the healthiest and happiest pet within a local community.

Disclaimer AgileMobile.com is neither affiliated with, nor endorsed by, AOL, MSN, ICQ or Yahoo!
Contact: Neal McCarthy for AgileMobile.com, Tel: +662-653-2717-9 Email: neal@spark.co.th

SOURCE: AgileMobile.com

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