San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 1, 2008
Sending a street address from your browser to your iPhone is now a two-click affair with iPhoneSender, a nifty new web browser add on developed by Design is Fuel.
"While we love the iPhone and its Google Maps application, we still found ourselves printing directions from Google when in a hurry. Why? Because there wasn't a fast way to get that address and map to our iPhones," says David DeMember of Design is Fuel. "So we developed iPhoneSender, a model of simplicity."
The software makes it easy to send a Google Maps link to an iPhone, simply by highlighting an address, right-clicking and selecting "Send Map Link to iPhone". The link is sent automatically
to a chosen email address, ready to be used on the go. iPhoneSender converts that address into a link that will launch the Google Map application on your iPhone. In Safari, it works as a bookmarklet, hovering at all times on the toolbar.
iPhoneSender (a FREE download online at http://www.iPhoneSender.com) works with both Safari (Ver. 2.0+) and Firefox (Ver 2.0+). The extension works on any Mac OS and Windows machine with these browsers. On the web site, installing iPhoneSender is a simple process, with ready help pages and easy-to-follow instructions.
"iPhoneSender is a classic representation of what we, at Design is Fuel, love to do," says DeMember. "We spot a need for something in the market, and we work towards filling that need both practically and aesthetically."
About Design is Fuel
Design is Fuel consists of a highly skilled team of web designers that focuses on strategy, design and development. The firm primarily works with large agencies to support high-level Flash development, with corporations for outsourced services, and with smaller companies to achieve aggressive marketing goals. For more information, please visit http://www.designisfuel.com.