Motorola is boasting the first and only solution to sync contacts, posts, messages and photos from sources like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Gmail, work and personal e-mail through MOTOBLUR, which automatically delivers the services via easy to manage streams to a live home screen. Motorola is hoping MOTOBLUR will help differentiate its product portfolio of Android-powered devices from its competition by appealing to social networking fanatics who need to keep up to date with information from a variety of sources.
Using MOTOBLUR, all conversation threads, friend updates, stories, links, photos, etc, are automatically delivered to live widgets on the home screen, making it redundant to open and close different applications or menus. The Motorola CLIQ has thousands of applications and widgets to choose from including MOTOBLUR, Android Market or pre-loaded Google mobile services.
With MOTOBLUR everything is organized, streamed and delivered throughout the device via:
Importantly, Motorola says MOTOBLUR is easy to set up and secure. Lost or stolen phones can be traced with an integrated A-GPS from the online owner’s portal, and data can even be wiped clean. Simply enter the account username and password on the next MOTOBLUR phone, and all the information will be restored instantly.
MOTOBLUR will be available first on Motorola’s new 3G Android-powered qwerty slider, the Motorola CLIQ in the U.S., and the Motorola DEXT throughout the rest of the world in Q4 this year, with other Android-based devices to follow.
MOTOBLUR will be available first on select Motorola devices in Q4 2009 with regional carriers worldwide. In the U.S. the Motorola CLIQ with MOTOBLUR will be available exclusively with T-Mobile USA. The Motorola DEXT with MOTOBLUR will be available with Orange in the UK and France, Telefonica in Spain and America Movil in Latin America.
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