In its effort to reach the wider audience, the free push-email provider emoze has announced the JavaME-based application. The idea is to get all those users who don’t like all the mambo-jumbo of today’s smartphones, but prefer using somewhat more stylish feature phones — yet still like the idea of pushing email to their mobile phone. The new application will be released next month and will work on an array of devices made by Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia (Series 40), among others.
emoze will be the first in the world to use the not-yet-released Lwuit technology in push communication, to provide users with a preferred web-like view of email, calendar contacts and soon social networking apps.
In related news, emoze also announced an improvements to its user interface. According to the official release, we should expect to see such things as swivel-screens, cool theming and animated screen transitions — all things that may not directly drive your productivity forward, but will certainly make your mobile email management more enjoyable.
As usual (when it comes to emoze), hop over to their website for more information. While there, you can also register for the service and give it try.