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Old 08-22-2008, 04:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Panoramic Software Inc. launches two new online sales channels for mobile software

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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Aug. 22, 2008) - Panoramic Software Inc., a software development company, meets its development schedule and announces the release of wireless-gaming.com and wireless-apps.net. These mobile software sites showcase the best that mobile computing has to offer.

xxx8220;In Wireless Gaming and Wireless Apps, Panoramic Software Inc. has put together the world's top smartphone games and applications and have made them easily accessible to everyone. Our search technology displays an entire category of mobile software in an easy to view flow menu with each product description listed instantly. Combined, these innovations allow for a first-rate shopping experience.xxx8221;

Panoramic Software Inc. listened to the demands of mobile consumers when creating wireless-gaming.com and wireless-apps.net. It allows mobile software consumers to quickly browse and find the latest games and applications for current popular smartphones. This in turn provides a more enjoyable shopping experience while avoiding the frustrations that have become common with other online sales channels. Supported phones include: Windows Mobile Professional, Windows Mobile Standard, all new Blackberrys, UIQ 3.x phones, Series 60 rev 3 and Palm OS phones.

About Panoramic Software Inc.
Established in 2006, Panoramic Software Inc. designs, develops, publishes, and distributes mobile games, and applications. With growth in its two cutting edge online sales portals, Panoramic Software Inc. is quickly growing to become a major player in the wireless industry.

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I should have anticipated this as seeing this as your one and only message ever in a different forum, as it is your one and only message ever here.

You don't seem to be a BlackBerry developer - you seem to be at most a Web site developer who has put together an online retail site for selling games and applications for BlackBerry and 5 other handset brands.

So you post a self-congratulatory press release making boasts without evidence and seem to want to treat us all as sales prospects or suckers.

There are several online retailers who participate here on an ongoing basis and who try to be truly helpful. They show a little love and they get a little love back.

Consider what you're showing.

I'm getting a bad first impression - overall future impressions are now up to you.
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My appologies - I asked our marketing team to find appropriate forums to post the press release but after looking at this post specificially I agree with you - this isn't the correct place for this.

Many sites and forums of course have sections specific for this purpose.

Mods: please delete this post if its inappropriate or if there is somewhere useful to move it that would be great.

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Ugh, I just checked it out. What is with the "cover flow" interface, its hard to read, and makes it slower surfing, why not just lay everything out in a table? Not to mention on my older laptop that sucks up 100% cpu.
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Ugh, I just checked it out. What is with the "cover flow" interface, its hard to read, and makes it slower surfing, why not just lay everything out in a table? Not to mention on my older laptop that sucks up 100% cpu.
The goal was to make an interface that was easier to browse.

Do you find the images hard to read or the text?

Essentially the thought is that you can browse the entire section of content by only dragging your mouse but I'd love to hear what you don't like about it.

In the short term - you can view a text list of all of the titles by clicking on "A-Z List View" on the left.

I'll do some testing on the CPU usage ... on my two test systems its not using 100% but they're both newer systems. It should be possible to optimize the flash portion.

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The images in the coverflow part are really low res and hard to see, but the blue text there is hard to read on top of the images. I've attacheded a screenshot.

I would prefer just a normal table view of things, not the coverflow look, but thats much my opinion

Image here: img182.imageshack.us/img182/7919/ssym7.jpg
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The images in the coverflow part are really low res and hard to see, but the blue text there is hard to read on top of the images. I've attacheded a screenshot.

I would prefer just a normal table view of things, not the coverflow look, but thats much my opinion

Image here: img182.imageshack.us/img182/7919/ssym7.jpg
Thanks for the feedback - its very appreciated.

After looking at the text on wireless-apps.net we agree and have already changed the color.

As for the images - we have some ideas to improve clarity but haven't decided on a direction 100% yet.
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