Access NetFront is probably best known as the native web browser found in Sony Ericsson’s feature phones.
Well, today Access announced that it’s bringing the whole suite of NetFront products to Android, as the company tries to extend NetFront capabilities to all important mobile platforms.
The Android-compatible Access NetFront products that are showcased by the company at MWC 2010 include: NetFront FlexUI, NetFront Widgets, NetFront Document Viewer and, of course, the NetFront Browser 3.5 (which is already available for other platforms like Access Linux, Windows Mobile, Symbian and Brew). Also, NetFront Living Connect and NetFront Book Viewer EPUB Edition for Android will be developed soon.
“Access offers end-to-end solutions for converged devices, starting from the infrastructure layer to platform and middleware, to client applications. Since this company was founded, we have worked closely with major operators and equipment and device manufacturers all over the world to help them differentiate their products and improve their competitiveness,” declared Tomihisa Kamada, president, CEO and co-founder of Access.
Via Press release
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