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GEA Bock goes beyond Apple

Company extends Toolbocks facility for BlackBerry, Android

| | Jul 30, 2011 | 10:49 am
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Company extends Toolbocks facility for BlackBerry, Android

After introducing Toolbocks, a refrigeration app for the iPhone, GEA Bock has offered it now also for Blackberry Smartphones and phones with the operating system, Android, the company recently announced.

Apps, as the small programs for smartphones are called, are growing in popularity and offer applications and compact information about various topics. Whether it is sports, news, routes or calculations, the information that is sent to the mobile device can be accessed directly, no matter where the user is located, and quickly ensure the latest news or advice.

By now, there exist additional smartphone platforms apart from the iPhone with its system software IOS that are increasingly used – in the business area mainly the BlackBerry devices by the company Research in Motion and the Google operating system, Android. GEA Bock also has recognised this trend and, thus, has offered its customers and all experts the possibility, to access the refrigeration App Toolbocks via the BlackBerry App World and the Android Market, the company said.

Clearly structured and easily understandable the Toolbocks helps with the conversion of the most common units and is, therefore, a helpful tool for all work around the compressor, the company said.

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