3 launches neXt website for mobile internet applications

Thursday 12 July 2007 | 15:01 CET | News
UK mobile operator 3 has launched the neXt website, the next development in its X-Series of mobile internet services. NeXt is a website designed to act as a community-built guide to mobile resources on the internet. The website is a free service aimed at X-Series and other mobile internet users from any country or network to enable them to find and use mobile applications and mobile optimised websites. The 3 neXt website is a gateway to existing independently developed applications for mobile internet capable devices. The website catalogues these, describes and reviews functionality and provides links for download and further investigation. New applications and services will be added to the site regularly by the neXt team. The services and applications featured on neXt represent some of the new tools developed for the mobile internet. At launch, the website will feature products from internet and mobile start-ups around the world, including social networking applications from Jaiku, mapping services from Mapsolute, a mobile-optimised version of Wikipedia from SevenVal and a photo-upload and handset backup service from Shozu.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: 3 UK
Countries: United Kingdom
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