Snaptu now on AT&T network: App Store for Java ME feature phones

Snaptu, a Java ME tech-enabled App Store for feature phones, is now enabled on the AT&T wireless network. This app is fast becoming the way to launch Java ME apps on the more numerous mid- to low-end feature phones.

See:

Snap to it w/Snaptu

Here's a quote:

 The company, which recently 
 raised a Series A funding round 
 led by Sequoia Capital, was 
 founded in 2007. Its Java-based 
 application platform has been 
 installed by over 6 million 
 users, with strong distribution 
 internationally...
Watch for more good things from Snaptu on the platform that outnumbers iDrone and Anphoid phones by far.

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