SoftwareMySpace steps in with new mobile website and iPhone App

MySpace steps in with new mobile website and iPhone App

MySpace Website, App

The iPhone has captivated many with its charming appearance and developers seem to enhance the experience further with innovative, interesting applications. MySpace has announced its new mobile website and iPhone application.

The enticing website can be seamlessly accessed on all iPhone, Android, palm and specific Nokia and blackberry handsets. The entertainment experience is leveraged and the website offers breaking news and status updates from top artists for music, TMZ, Fuel TV, Fox, National Geographic and movie trailers for videos, and status updates, photos and blogs for celebrity. Users can enjoy all this and much more without logging in. Besides, individuals can share their images, videos, links and status updates across several networks.

“We have a two-pronged approach to our mobile strategy,” commented Michael Jones, chief executive officer for Myspace. “We are creating the best experience for Myspace mobile web users by taking the most compelling entertainment elements of and making them portable, while simultaneously building a portfolio of independent mobile applications tailored specifically to entertainment categories. This approach allows us to offer a meaningful social entertainment experience on mobile that is both fast and engaging.”

Music aficionados may sound delighted since the app intuitively augments their stream with updates from popular music from specific bands. The app also does not require users to be logged in and puts forth effortless sharing experience. The latest app will enhance Myspace’s mobile application portfolio which includes interesting apps like Myspace Music Videos, Drawler for iPhone and Logo a Gogo.

Users can visit the MySpace official website to access the new mobile site while the app is anticipated to be available for download through iTunes store in the upcoming weeks.

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