|By PR Newswire||
|February 24, 2014 05:57 AM EST||
BARCELONA, Spain, February 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Rsupport, the leading cloud-based remote solutions provider, is unveiling Mobizen, an app that turns a smartphone into a multiple-screen supporting media hub, at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014.
Enjoy Multimedia Content in Multiple Screens
Mobizen allows a user to play multimedia content from a smartphone on multiple screens through a web browser without requiring a download. With the Mobizen app, users can access multimedia content (photos, music and videos) saved in a smartphone from devices such as a PC, tablet, smartphone or smart TV through the Mobizen website (http://www.mobizen.com).
Instantly Access Multimedia Files Saved on an Android Smartphone from a Mac
With Mobizen, a user can enjoy unlimited content from a smartphone on any device. Since it is designed to work on Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome and Firefox, Mobizen is compatible with any mobile OS. For instance, users can access music or video files saved on Android smartphone through the Safari web browser and instantly play them.
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Almost 75% of European adults access the Internet regularly, and more than half of them own two or more connected devices, according to Forrester's first benchmark report on the state of consumers and technology for Europe.
Mobizen provides the service, which has previously been provided by only expensive, fancy hub devices or hard-to-reach cloud services. The Mobizen app on a smartphone can access any files in every connected device and thus brings additional value to users' devices.
"Mobizen is an app that allows users to instantly access the multimedia files saved on smartphones from any device. We hope Mobizen helps every Android smartphone user enjoy the convenient features that iTunes and cloud services can offer." says Hyung-Soo Seo, CEO of Rsupport.
Rsupport (http://www.rsupport.com) is an innovative leader in the remote solutions industry and the No. 1 remote solutions provider in Asia. Rsupport continually strives to be the best in the world and offers services unparalleled to others.
Rsupport develops both remote support and remote access solutions for home and business. Rsupport was the first to develop and patent the web-icon connection method requiring just a couple clicks to initiate a session. Rsupport also developed one of the first web-based remote support solutions in the market that require only a web browser. Rsupport launched "Mobizen," the world's first android-based smartphone management application using a PC, at Mobile World Congress 2012 and has since made a series of partnerships with various global companies, including Samsung Electronics, NTT Docomo, TCT Mobile, SK Telecom and LG Electronics.
With its team of dedicated engineers, Rsupport provides cost-effective and powerful remote solutions to more than 4,000 organizations worldwide, including the U.S. Department of Defense, CPOL and NTT DATA in Japan.
Established in 2001, Rsupport is headquartered in Seoul, Korea, with branch offices in Tokyo, Beijing and Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
The Rsupport Booth at MWC 2014 is located at Hall 7, Stand 7G61
(Image: Mobizen display on a web browser)
Features of Mobizen
- Access music files saved on your smartphone from PC
- Play, download or upload video files saved on mobile device or PC
- Transfer files from smartphone to PC
- Call Logs
- Access, delete or edit call logs on your smartphone
- Access message history, manage group message separately or send messages
- Manage contacts on smartphone contacts from PC screen, send message to the listed numbers
- Back up and restore personal files, contacts, message, photo, video, APK, etc.
- Change smartphone settings; alarm or language
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