Swanbay Mobile has launched an 'advanced' mobile video application for the Symbian platform, which is claimed to offer Symbian Smartphone users outstanding video quality combined with a simplified user experience.
The application provides full screen video streaming over 3G or WiFi networks, which is said to be made possible through the use of a proprietary video codec that optimises data compression and video quality.
Swanbay says it spent two years developing the Smartphone software, to provide a full media player with integrated browsing. This enables users to navigate the mobile internet and view mobile video all within a single application.
The mobile video application is a white-labeled product that supports customer branding.
Swanbay's first implementation of the product is on the Symbian s60 3rd edition platform which includes the recently launched Nokia N96 handset as well as the popular N95 and N95 8GB.
Mike Kennett, Director of Product Development at Swanbay, said: "We set out to develop a world-class Smartphone video application, and I genuinely think we have achieved that. The application offers the user an amazing video experience on a 3G network through a simple user interface and fantastic video quality."
Swanbay are a mobile video services company enabling broadcasters, Network Operators, content and brand owners to extend their products and services to global audiences, via a cutting-edge mobile video delivery technology.