CommonTime is returning to an Apple platform with the announcement of its solution to enable Lotus Notes support on the iPhone.
The company made its announcement of iPhone support this week, following Apple CEO Steve Jobs promise of a true iPhone software development kit in February 2008.
"We can't say just how delighted we are to be coming back home to an Apple device, our very first mNotes product was for the Apple Newton back in 1995, we believed in the platform and loved working with Apple. We will have a full mNotes5 solution for the iPhone and a desktop synchronization product for the iPod touch available by summer 2008, this will be a true rich mNotes client with high data fidelity and rich functionality that can really capitalize on the unique usability of the iPhone." said CommonTime CEO, Nigel Mackrill.
Celebrating over a decade delivering world class Lotus Notes Mobility software designed exclusively for the IBM lotus Notes /Domino; CommonTime continues to deliver simplicity, data integrity and functionality with the launch of its latest Beta software mNotes5.