The App Store gives large and small developers equal access to millions of Apple fans on multiple wireless carriers worldwide.
Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) July 30, 2008
Smartphones Technologies today announced the availability of iWallpaper, a new application that allows iPhone users to legally download and install wallpaper onto their iPhones. Although iPhone customers can choose from among 5 million songs on iTunes and convert them to ringtones, there was no legal way to get wallpaper for the iPhone- other than using personal photos or downloading unlicensed images from the web.
iWallpaper gives customers a safe, easy, legal way to download wallpaper for only $0.99 each, without the risk of spyware, malware and tracking cookies. iWallpaper features an extensive library of wallpapers from more than 100 artists, designers and photographers around the globe, and all images are optimized for the iPhone, so they look great on your phone. To get iWallpaper, just go to the iTunes store and search for iWallpaper.
"Although the open nature of the iPhone lets people download content they find online, it's not without risk. At best, downloading content from other web sites is illegal. At worst, downloads may contain spyware or viruses," said Mike Merrill, Founder and CEO of Smartphones Technologies. "Downloading from iWallpaper is fast, easy and safe, and it's only $0.99 per download."
Smartphones is a publisher of ringtones and wallpaper to wireless carriers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, Alltel and Boost. As an iTunes publisher, Smartphones also has more than 500 full track college songs on iTunes, which can be converted to ringtones for the iPhone.
Smartphones began publishing wallpapers more than six years ago, and until now, focused primarily on North America, carving out a niche as one of the leading providers of college sports content in the U.S.
By distributing iWallpaper in Apple's new App Store, Smartphones now has access to wireless operators around the world. iWallpaper is localized in 5 languages, and Smartphones plans to add language support in additional languages.
"Apple has done an incredible job of creating a new mobile ecosystem," said Merrill. "The App Store gives large and small developers equal access to millions of Apple fans on multiple wireless carriers worldwide."
Smartphones Technologies (http://www.smartphones.com) is a mobile content publisher specializing in college sports content on mobile devices. The Smartphones content library is currently available through more than thirty carriers and content providers worldwide, as well as Smartphones' College Pix and Tones downloadable application on Verizon and Alltel. Smartphones is based in Jacksonville, FL and is privately held.
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