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JCIS Launches Offline Mobile App ‘CALL KERALA’
Mobile app for Kerala Business directory that functions on handsets without Internet connectivity, On-the-move app to search business information,locations, access to emergency services, Functions in Android, Blackberry and Java enabled handsets
JCIS launched in 2009 was targeted to provide information on business enquiries and essential services to the common man through just a phone call.Now this new mobile app was developed as a solution to replace the traditional Yellow Pages as well as the snail paced call centers that never function to the customers’ satisfaction.JCIS’
Call Kerala is one of its kind offline mobile application that is compatible with Java enabledmobile handsets as well as the high end devicessuch as iPhones. The greatest highlight of this app is that it functions without Internet connectivity, be itGPRS, 3G or even Wi-Fi. Even when the mobile handset doesn’t have a network connection, this app functions smoothly on your mobile handset.
Team JCIS has a vision to benefit the common man by leveraging technology the best possible way. Along with the business listings and contact information of essential services, this user friendly appalso provides the facility to dial directly as well as to locate the required destination with the help of a map which traces the route from the users’ location to the desired destination (GPS enabled service). It also carries information about emergency services, STD & ISD codes and even details about the local tourist attractions. We are committed to provide “Information at your fingertips, free of cost“.
Globally the mobile app industry is expected to be valued at $17bn by the end of this year.The mobile application industry in India alone is predicted to top $4bn by the year 2015, according to figures from Asia Pacific Research Group (APRG).The value of the Indian value-added services industry, which includes mobile apps, was estimated at $3.4bn (£2.2bn) in 2011, according to Deloitte.
India has been the hottest hub of mobile app development as well. Figures from IMRB suggest that one in three of the country's urban internet users have accessed a mobile phone application. This leaves the market widely open for Indian developers to come out with innovative, user friendly appsthat help them in their day to day life. Call Kerala is a step in this direction.
There are more than 121 million people online in the country according to IMRB, still a relatively small proportion of the country's 1.2billion population. But the country has more than 858million mobile subscribers, and the number is rising fast. Mobile Apps are going to be a sought after service even for those who do not have access to an internet connection otherwise.
Call Kerala has been developed keeping in mind the typical customer’s requirements. It provides end users more options than any traditional online or printed directory. It guarantees better accessibility, ease of use and offers hundreds of categories and thousands of listings as a one-time download. The app has been designed to assist the customer in saving time and money and brings informationat one’s finger tips without any hassle.
With Call Kerala, you will be able to use the pan Kerala business directory as easy as you picking up a personal contact from your handset’s contact list.Call Kerala is available for the following mobile Operating Systems/Platforms:
Windows Phone7: To be available from 20th December 2012
iPhone:To be available from 20th December 2012
Symbian: To be launched by first quarter of 2013
Android Tablet:To be launched by Second quarter of 2013
IPad:To be launched by Second quarter of 2013
For accessing more information and to download the app, please visit: www.juztcall.com
For further Information, please contact:
+91 9447302033, firstname.lastname@example.org