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Infoteria Launches 'TwitCal': iPhone App that Combines Twitter and Google Calendar
Jul 20, 2010 (12:07 PM EDT)
Users now can tweet events, share/follow calendars and sync up with Google Calendar in a single interface
TOKYO, July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Infoteria Corporation today announced the launch of "TwitCal," a new iPhone calendar app that can be used to tweet and follow events through Twitter. TwitCal also allows users to easily integrate their Google Calendar, combining their social and private events into one easy-to-manage calendar. TwitCal's mash-up single interface calendar allows users to view their own events, events booked by other TwitCal users, events imported via Twitter, Google Calendar and events updated by a followed calendar. TwitCal is available today through Apple's App Store and currently supports seven languages including English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
TwitCal site: http://www.twitcal.net/en/
TwitCal video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oA_92q3RHw
TwitCal Key Features
TwitCal will continue to enhance the smartphone user's experience as more and more features are launched. An Android version of TwitCal is scheduled to launch in the United States this fall. Additional third-party services such Evernote will continue to be integrated into TwitCal later in the year. Users will be able to easily integrate their event information on Evernote into their TwitCal app, making life more manageable.
For screenshots of TwitCal please visit: http://www.twitcal.net/en/screens
Infoteria Corporation was founded in 1998 as the first software vendor dedicated to XML in Japan. Infoteria has been providing software and related support, consulting and training ever since. Infoteria's main product is ASTERIA, package software to federate enterprise information systems based on XML technology. ASTERIA had the largest share of the EAI (enterprise application integration) software market in 2006, 2007 and 2008.* The number of ASTERIA user companies had exceeded 1,300 by March 31, 2010. Infoteria is also actively engaged in developing a new type of software services, including the online spreadsheet "OnSheet," online sticky "lino," CMS for smartphone "Handbook," and also "TwitCal." At the same time, Infoteria is in charge of the administration office for the XML certification program "XML Master" and is actively engaged in XML training and consulting services. Infoteria was listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers Market in 2007.
*Comprehensive List of Software Marketing 2006-2008 (Japanese Market) issued by Techno Systems Research Co., Ltd.
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Follow TwitCal on Twitter: @twitcal_info.
SOURCE Infoteria Corporation