The Islamic Rituals and Community Gateway, the Interactive Islam over Mobile Phones

The Islamic Community Gateway connects Muslims over Mobile phones

Online PR News – 20-January-2010 – – The Middle East Mobile Market receives a ground breaking technology from CIT MOBiDIV revolutionizing the market trends lately conceived by regional consumers. The technology is purely designed to innovatively lead mobile consumers' expectations and deliver vendor’s success, CIT MOBiDIV introduces for the first time to the MENA and Global Markets, “The Religious rituals and community gateway”.

Being a featured offering of ArabwareTM, a new definition of the Smartphone ware, it is a conceptual variation in the Smartphone software standards that promises to revolutionize the regional consumer experience with Smartphones. Driven by Muslims’ life style, the Smartphone phone will not only fulfill consumers religious rituals’ needs through the fully comprehensive suite of Islamic applications; now, it will reside on a new cultural domain driven from consumers variant lifestyles and keep them connected to their community and social networks.

The Islamic Community gateway features the Muslims’ Integrated life styles managing the daily Muslim activities interests and integrating them with the Smartphone applications. Interaction with the community is fully realized to Muslims wherever they are; with one click of button, Islamic applications will enable the consumer to interact and share information with his community utilizing the features and data of the applications. Applications are directly integrated with all the messaging features of the phone. Social Networking; consumers will be able to participate and benefit from the regional social communities available on the various online social networks such as Facebook and twitter. Applications are enabled to directly interface with the social network platforms and capitalizing on the available interface services on the phone.

This product is targeting cross platforms including Windows Mobile, Android, Symbian, BlackBerry and featured phones supporting Java applications; it is currently being pre-loaded on at more than 10 new phones being released in the Middle East market from various prominent handset vendors.