Manhattan, KS (PRWEB) April 14, 2008
The new mobile publishing site Quillpill (http://www.quillpill.com)] lets users write and read content on mobile phones. Users can compose anything on their cell phones - from simple diary posts to the next great serialized novel - and publish it on the Web. The site is currently in beta.
Quillpill gives writers, poets, and readers the ability to produce and consume creative writing in convenient bite-sized pieces for their on-the-go lifestyle. The Quillpill platform provides the tools to create using the portability of a mobile phone so publishing can happen whenever the inspiration strikes.
Mobile-ready web in the United States is a booming opportunity in web development. Some prominent services offer mobile mirror sites and features; however, Quillpill is focusing on these features as the trend toward convergence continues.
Forecasters for 2008 say “mobile” and "m-business" are the new buzzwords in business as more Americans purchase web-ready phones and unlimited data plans.
"Quillpill takes its cue from Asia and Europe where m-business and m-publishing is already happening," said Derek Maune, CEO, at Quillpill. "We're poised to be at the forefront in the U.S. for this steady increase in mobile web usage."
Quillpill is a Kansas corporation, and is privately owned and funded.
For more information about the new mobile publishing site, http://www.quillpill.com – or to schedule an interview with Quillpill – please call Elissa Rose at 785-341-8199.
contact @ quillpill.com