|Enfour signs deal for KDDIs AU service
Tokyo Wednesday 23th April 2003
Enfour has been accepted as an official Content Provider for the AU EZweb Mobile Internet network used by the KDDI Corporation and Tuka Group.
Enfour will now be the only company offering multilingual services on the official menus of all three mobile operator networks (NTT DoCoMos i-mode, J-Phones J-Sky and AUs EZweb).
Starting with the roll out in May of their popular TangoTown Japanese language and lifestyle portal for non-native speakers, Enfour will be offering practical content including dictionaries, phrasebooks, travel guides, personal finance and personal information management services to the Japanese market.
As the longest running PDA third-party software developer in Japan and provider of solutions to mobile operators & Operating System venders, Enfour is in an ideal position to leverage off its experience in the mobile computing field to provide compelling services to end-users in the Mobile Internet market, not just Japan, either. Enfour's services target international markets with a view to providing services that have proven their value in the Japanese mobile market and replicate that success in the fledgling Global Roaming arena as well.
TangoTown is the first fully-featured premium mobile content service specifically servicing the Japanese language reference, learning and lifestyle needs of English speakers in Japan. The E<>J dictionaries are fully indexed with grammar notes and fuzzy lookup for when you just arent quite sure of the Japanese spelling. The widest on-line range of Kanji lookup tools including the first mobile version of SKIP the renowned Kanji learning method developed by Jack Halpern from CJK Dictionary Institute, Inc. Extensive vocabulary lists for every occasion, plus interactive learning tools such as Flashcards and quiz games available for all levels of Japanese ability. Extra features include an extensive Phrasebook, bi-lingual and cultural reading articles and conversion charts for Japanese dates, clothing sizes and weights and measures. Daily Lessons such as Word-of-the-Day and Kanji-of-the-Day are available as emails directed to the users handset. Whether you are just off the boat of have been in Japan for 10 years, this is the only reference tool you will need to take with you.
An web demo and samples can be found at:
Access from a Japanese mobile phone can be made via:
Enfours Mobile Internet contact:
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