Press releases

An online facility to store VR+ recordings is ready


SHAPE Services, the developer of IM+ and IM+ for Skype, today announced the availability of a new Online Service for its existing product VR+. With VR+ Online Service users can transfer and upload the recordings from their BlackBerry where VR+ in installed and keep the recordings there for as long as they wish instead of filling up BlackBerry memory space.
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SHAPE Services acquires iPhone Application List website


October 9, 2007 – Stuttgart Germany – SHAPE Services, known as the developer of cross-platform mobile communication software like IM+ All-in-One Mobile Messenger and IM+ for Skype, announces today the acquisition of the first website offering iPhone applications, www.iphoneapplicationlist.com.
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SHAPE Services has announced the availability of IM+ for Skype web service on iPhone


Stuttgart, Germany - August 13th, 2007 - SHAPE Services announced that IM+ for Skype is available for iPhone, the Safari web application for accessing Skype ecosystem from the mobile environment. The application is designed especially for iPhone's touch screen and complements the design and interface of Apple's masterpiece. For a limited time IM+ for Skype iPhone version is being offered free of charge to all iPhone users.
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Enabling Remote Access and Support with RDM+ Web service


August 7, 2007, Stuttgart - The company has announced today the release of RDM+ (www.rdmplus.com), a remote access solution with web service support that allows easy and secure access to home or office PC from other remote desktops or mobile devices. Regardless of the web browser, regardless of the location - PC is accessible from any computer, be it a hotel business center, airport, library or just a wait in a traffic jam. The application lets its users read and send emails, manage files and folders, work with other programs and network resources remotely no matter where they are.
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IM+ for Skype: BlackBerry, Palm, Symbian, Java phones, what's next?


Stuttgart, Germany - June 19th, 2007 - SHAPE Services announced today the availability of three beta versions of IM+ for Skype for Java phones, Symbian S60 and Palm OS. These beta versions are intended for people, who want to make cheap mobile calls within Skype ecosystem and to landline numbers. Since Java version of the application works on all Java-enabled phones including smartphones with Symbian OS, Skype on mobile is now available for hundreds of millions users worldwide.

IM+ for Skype: Cost - Effective Phone Calls Around the Globe

Skype Wirelessly Anywhere on BlackBerry smartphones

Orlando, Florida, Wireless Enterprise Symposium - May 7th, 2007 - SHAPE Services announced today the release of a new version of its IM+ for Skype Software for BlackBerry® smartphones from Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM; TSX: RIM).
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IM+ All-In-One Mobile Messenger now supports MySpaceIM

IM+ All-In-One Mobile Messenger now supports MySpaceIM

Stuttgart, Germany - April 26th, 2007 - SHAPE Services announced today that its flagship IM+ all-in-one mobile messenger for RIM BlackBerry smartphones from now on will support MySpaceIM as the seventh instant messaging service.
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SHAPE SERVICES TO RELEASE AN UPDATE FOR TSMOBILES

January 22, 2007 - Stuttgart, Germany - Today, SHAPE Services released an update for TSMobiles, which now supports remote PC access to Windows Vista Remote Desktop. With Windows Vista OS available for public use not earlier that January 30th, 2007, TSmobiles is going to be the first application on the market with such compatibility. Now the users of any Windows OS with Remote Desktop capability may use the application on their BlackBerries and Java-powered phones.
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SHAPE Services releases AllFinder .

January 11, 2007 - Stuttgart, Germany In the end of December, just in time to New Year holidays SHAPE Services announced one more release: AllFinder: Quick Lookup on Symbian S60 v3.

The idea of AllFinder is to save user's time by allowing the quick search of text messages, e-mail address, contact details or calendar events on the cell phone. Users can input the keyword and the list of the relevant results will appear on the phone screen. Among the application's benefits is the transparent and easy use of the results found in AllFinder. With the native tools on the phone the user can forward or delete the message found, call or send a message to a contact, view or delete the calendar event. AllFinder's sales during the holidays showed high interest to the application from Nokia S60 users.
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