Maithú supply Software for new Android phone
Maithú software on Android phone
Maithu have developed the 'O2 web launcher' software for the first Samsung Android phone on the Irish market, the 'Galaxy Spica'. The app allows users to access all O2 content, including Wallpapers, Music and O2TV from the launch screen of their phone.
The new Samsung Android handset - the Galaxy Spica - available in Ireland from Tuesday 17 November is Samsung's first device in Ireland powered by Android, the new mobile operating system originally developed by Google.
As well as access to a range of ever-expanding applications being developed for the Android operating system, the Spica has a 3.2" screen and comes with YouTube and Sky Sports services. Music can be downloaded using the O2 Mobile Internet application, surf the Web with the Chrome-Lite browser or view pictures taken via its 3.2MP camera.
Gary Twohig, country manager, said, "The Samsung Galaxy Spica is one of the most innovative and high quality Android-powered devices on the market. We've built in all the features people have come to expect from Samsung devices, like the fast processing power, to provide a great user experience."
The Samsung Galaxy Spica will also have an O2 Web Launcher on the home screen, which has been developed by Irish software company Maithú, the launcher allows users to access all O2 content, including Wallpapers, Music and O2TV.
November 17, 2009