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logoFunMail Inc. provides carrier-grade animated and visual solutions for wireless carriers and network operators. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Pleasanton, California, FunMail’s unique patent-pending analyzes short text messages, and dynamically generates relevant animations and visuals. FunMails are optimized automatically according to the capabilities of the receiving device. FunMail works with all major SMSc and MMSc models, including CMG, Logica , Ericsson, Nokia and Openwave. FunMail brings the power of visuals to wireless messaging, and integrates with a wireless carrier’s existing infrastructure, upgrading it to have intelligent visual messaging functionality. FunMobility provides our carrier partners with unique, revenue-generating and highly desired by today’s mobile customers.

FunMail is releasing a new iPhone app that chief executive Adam Lavine says will finally convince people to use their phones’ multimedia messaging (MMS) capabilities.
It is called FunMail, and it automatically offers up suggestions of images you should send along with your text messages.
Lavine points to a study FunMobility commissioned from Frost & Sullivan showing that only one out of every 70 mobile messages is sent using MMS (i.e., a protocol that allows the sending of , such as photos combined with text). That’s because the amount of images users have on-hand is usually limited to images taken with their , so it’s rare when they’ve got a picture that functions as the perfect illustration for the text message they want to send. FunMobility, on the other hand, has a library of images, and automatically recommends one to accompany your message, making the process much easier.

FunMail is releasing a new iPhone app that chief executive Adam Lavine says will finally convince people to use their phones’ multimedia messaging (MMS) capabilities.

It is called FunMail, and it automatically offers up suggestions of images you should send along with your text messages.

Lavine points to a study FunMobility commissioned from Frost & Sullivan showing that only one out of every 70 mobile messages is sent using MMS (i.e., a protocol that allows the sending of media, such as photos combined with text). That’s because the amount of images users have on-hand is usually limited to images taken with their camera, so it’s rare when they’ve got a picture that functions as the perfect illustration for the text message they want to send. FunMobility, on the other hand, has a library of images, and automatically recommends one to accompany your message, making the process much easier.

[via VentureBeat]

Site: http://www.funmobility.com/

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