Squace is the best way to organize and read web bookmarks on mobile devices. The Squace App lets you use, handle and share your mobile bookmarks in a new easy and smart way. Squace interface is built up by squares where each square represents one bookmark. As you move your finger over the grid, a tooltip displays the title of that square. Click on the title to open the bookmark.
Features in 1.0:
- Save bookmarks to Squace from PC browsers
- Save bookmarks from Squace
- Sort by; most used, latest added, unread, unsorted
- Organize your mobile bookmarks in bundles
- Navigate in grid, list or icon view
- Search bookmarks, contacts or google
- Share your mobile bookmark
- Upload mobile contact book to Squace
- Organize contacts in Groups
- Share with Groups
- Administrate account on mobile and web
- Use built in browser or iPhone default
- Call from contact book in Squace
- iOS 4 compatibility including multitasking
Squace is a cloudbased real-time solutions for distribution, organizing and sharing of bookmarks over all mayor mobile platforms (Symbian, Java, Windows Mobile, Android and iPhone) and is built ground up to minimize the steps needed to access normal web content.
Squace invented technology for a grid-based, square driven user interface experience for all low and high end mobile devices that enables easy and quick internet access. Our approach allows users to rapidly and easily explore and share their favourite mobile Internet content and key data such as bookmarks and contacts and more with one scroll, tap or click. It gives consumers complete control and fast and easy access to “their stuff”. We believe in a free and open Internet eco system where consumer choice rules!
And of course it's free!
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In the News:
"Squace for iPhone tidies up your bookmarks and more, tile style.
Squace is a social mobile browser that lets you use and share mobile services, content, and information across platforms. The service goes further than that, however.
The really neat thing about Squace is that all of one’s bookmarks, contacts, RSS-feeds, and more are presented in tile form. The reasoning? To present more information in a smaller space."
Extract from the Top Story article at The Next Web on Sep 21st, 2010 by Jeff Cormier