NEW YORK, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- TransMedia officially launches today
the complete Glide Suite of Desktop and Mobile Applications for Linux
users. Linux users will now be able to access, edit and share virtually all
of their files stored on their Linux PCs from a wide selection of cell
"Glide provides a user-friendly desktop interface for Linux, a powerful
suite of applications and seamless interoperability with Windows, Macs and
a wide selection of cell phones," said TransMedia Chairman and CEO, Donald
Glide OS 2.0 Beta supports the following phones for Linux users.
BlackBerry Pearl (8100)
Cingular 8125 (Supports Streaming Media)
Motorola Razr V3
Motorola Q (Supports Streaming Media)
Nokia 9300 Nokia E62 (Supports Streaming Media)
Nokia 6102i (Supports Streaming Media)
Nokia 6682 (Supports Streaming Media)
Palm Treo 650
Palm Treo 680 (Supports Streaming Media)
Palm Treo 700P (Supports Streaming Media)
Palm Treo 700W (Supports Streaming Media)
Palm Treo 750 (Supports Streaming Media)
Palm LifeDrive Samsung Blackjack (Supports Streaming Media)
Samsung A707 (Supports Streaming Media)
Samsung D807 (Supports Streaming Media)
Sony Ericsson w600i
Sony Ericsson w810i
TMobile SDA (Supports Streaming Media)
Glide automatically syncs your photos, music, videos, documents, iCal
calendars, Address Book contacts, and Safari, Camino and Firefox bookmarks
from your computer via the Internet so you can access virtually all of your
digital stuff from your cell phone. Glide achieves the ideal of anytime,
anywhere access by making it possible to synchronize all of your files on
your local desktop(s) to and from Glide's hosted web services. Glide's
compatibility engine then serves up your files in the proper format and bit
rate for access on various devices and for easy sharing.
Glide serves as your digital companion that travels with you even when
you change phones, service providers or upgrade your systems. Effectively,
Glide provides one unified file and information management system and
productivity suite for all of your devices. Glide's mobile applications
enable Linux users to create while on the go. Glide stands alone in this
-- Compose a document on your mobile device, save it and then access and
edit it later on your Linux PC without the need to email it from your
-- Edit photos with 75 photo manipulation tools and order prints all on
your mobile device or Linux PC.
-- Send large files in 5k emails using your favorite email address with no
attachment limits and without filling up the recipient's inbox.
-- Create elegant multimedia websites from your cell phone or Linux PC and
edit later from either device.
Glide's mobile services enable Linux users to leap frog current and
soon to be released mobile offerings that require uploading files locally
from your computer via a USB 2.0 cable, Bluetooth etc. to your cell phone.
Linux users can sign up for a free Glide account today at
http://www.glidedigital.com on their Linux PCs or on their cell phones at
Sign up for a free Glide account today at http://www.glidedigital.com
from your PC or on your cell phone at http://www.glidemobile.com.
This press release was prepared using Glide Write.
Glide OS 2.0
phone: 212 675-6664