Bulletin Introduces Messenger iOS App
Extends Functionality of Bulletin Messenger to Native App
SAN DIEGO, CA, USA – October 21, 2014
Bulletin, a leading provider of cloud-based mobile messaging Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), announced today the release of a native iPhone app companion to its popular Bulletin Messenger messaging platform. The latest development in the Bulletin Messenger suite extends the functionality of Bulletin Messenger to a native app interface, providing a new level of mobility for customers seeking simple, reliable and effective communication solutions. An Android app is also in the works and is expected to be released early in 2015.
The Messenger app extends Bulletin’s user interface beyond web-enabled devices. While Bulletin previously used a web app to enable mobile use of Messenger, the new iPhone app creates a more versatile and responsive approach to mobile messaging. With a lightweight touchscreen smartphone interface custom-designed and optimized for iPhones, end-users maintain the superior functionality of Bulletin’s messaging system while managing communications directly from their phones.
“No longer tied to a mobile browser, Bulletin’s Messenger app capabilities provide users with a simple, accessible interface directly from their iPhone,” explains Jason Harris, Application Development Manager. “Combining the most effective benefits from Bulletin’s original web interface – including chat messaging, threaded conversations, and bulk messaging – this app offers a new level of simplified communication via both web and mobile data.”
The new mobile app will optimize the Bulletin Messenger suite to include mobile data capabilities, allowing customers to manage bulk and enterprise messaging from their phone anytime, anywhere. In recent years, the use of mobile devices has expanded exponentially; modern businesses as well as individuals thrive on this constant connection. The Bulletin Messenger app fulfills this need for constant communication by allowing employees to receive mission-critical messages while on the go and communicate in a controlled and managed environment. Through this advanced interface, business and personal traffic remain separate and administrators are able to perform functions without disrupting personal communications on individual mobile devices.
“What makes Bulletin’s app unique is the level of constant connectivity with others over web and mobile devices,” says Michael Messner, Vice President of Business Development, Bulletin. “When leveraging a web-based network, customers have the ability to send and receive free OTT messages. If they are out of data range, Bulletin’s Messenger app seamlessly converts the message to SMS. It’s a very robust unified communications platform. No matter what the circumstances, you can be assured that your messages are received.”
For more information about Bulletin Messenger and its new mobile companion, please visit www.bulletin.net/messenger-app/.
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Bulletin delivers to all types of businesses and enterprises easy-to-use, carrier-grade SaaS solutions in the rapidly-growing field of wireless messaging. Holding patents for threaded, two-way application-to-mobile text messaging, Bulletin is uniquely positioned to deliver the most innovative messaging solutions in the market. Bulletin provides both back- and front-end messaging capability to major wireless carriers and Fortune 500 companies across the globe. For more information, please visit www.bulletin.net.
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