Mobiquus happens to be another runner in the Push Email domain after Road Sync, Emoze, etc. It is a java application which does not support Microsoft Exchange but supports the POP3/IMAP protocols actively. It works much on the same principal as other Push Email services but there is a slight change in the way you actually receive the emails. For Nokia X6
Mobiquus not only supports the Push Email but also provides you with an option where in you can setup intervals after which you wish to synchronize your email. This option in Mobiquus is referred to as Polling. Here, the application does not maintain a continuous data connection and connects only to synchronize the latest emails and then disconnects. This helps in conserving both your data and battery.
On the user interface front, the application looks good and offers some very nice features. You can view attachments of type - Word, Powerpoint, PDF, ZIP and RAR. It also supports viewing images and videos which is the main selling point for this application. The application shows the entire data size that it uses while sending and retrieving emails.You also have an auto-complete feature while you write your emails. It even supports cut and paste, undo and search functions.
Mobiquus allots a free 100 MB server quota to you when you use the application for the first time and logs the total data as you keep using the application. I am not sure what happens after you eat up all the 100 MB data alloted to you. As of now the application remains free and in the Beta phase.
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