We've enjoyed a busy month and, with our sights set on the new mobile devices launching next week at Mobile World Congress 2012, we'd like to share some of the highlights.
So far this year we've added 60 new profiles to our Premium data file, including the Sony Vita device and the Asus Transformer tablet plus the Chrome for Android and Firefox 13 browsers. These will not start to appear in the free Lite data until April 2012.
Premium data is updated weekly and contains over 50 properties including IsTablet, physical screen size, input methods and supported data bearers. Pricing starts from less than $1 per day.
We're delighted to announce our partnership with DotNetNuke, providing device detection capabilities to over 6 million customers and more than 70,000 new web sites every month.
If you'd like to include 51Degrees.mobi in your products, please contact us.
New Blog Posts
Check out the following blog posts:
- Murali Setty explains how to implement a Store Finder application in just 6 steps and 10 minutes using the 51Degrees.mobi Framework
- I explain why web sites are missing a trick when they provide the same layout to desktops and tablets
Mobile World Congress 2012
Next week will see the biggest influx of new mobile devices this year. We'll be working hard to ensure our Premium data contains these devices as soon as specifications are released.
I will be at MWC12 if you'd like to catch up for a chat in person. You can also follow the latest news from Mobile World Congress via thefonecast.com.
James Rosewell & the team at 51Degrees.mobi