Feb 21, 2006
Mobile Systems, a leading software developer and content provider for mobile phones and PDA devices, today launched MobiSystems DIETS on the S60 platform. Developed by Nokia, S60 is the world's leading smartphone platform, with more than 35 million devices already in the market.

Unique lifestyle tracking and nutritional analysis program, designed to help users keep track of nutrients, supplements, medications, and activities in order to achieve their health and fitness goals, DIETS is now available for S60 smartphones via Mobile Systems web store, Nokia Software market, Handango and some other online software portals. The S60 smartphone architecture provides users with all the basic and advanced cellular phone functions in a compact device characterized by a large color screen, rich communications and enhanced applications.

Powerful diet and weight management software, DIETS turns a mobile phone in a nutrition assistant, providing personalized weight advice, and tracking the daily meals and calorie intake.The program can also be used as a reference tool for the nutrient content of foods and help users in making knowledgeable decisions what to eat

"We release Diets as a response to increasing demand of healthy life-style and weight loss products in the rapidly growing S60 platform community," said Stanislav Minchev, CEO and owner of Mobile Systems. "We believe that Diets will fill the gap for such personal productivity software for mobile phone software users and prove to be indispensable supplement to each phone."

Nokia created the S60 Platform and licenses it to leading cell phone vendors LG Electronics, Lenovo, Panasonic, Samsung, Sendo and Siemens, who together with Nokia account for nearly two-thirds of global cell phone sales. S60 devices feature high-resolution color screen, easy to use interface and extended memory, making them ideally suited to support new mobile services, such as rich content downloading and MMS.

The application price is 19.99 Euro and is available for S60 2nd edition and in a separate version for the recently introduced S60 3rd edition phones - Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E70, Nokia N71, Nokia N80, Nokia N91, Nokia N92. Diets is available for free 7-days evaluation. For more information visit

The S60 platform, based on the Symbian OS, brings open standards and multi-vendor support to the smartphone market. S60 devices offer users powerful features such as Internet browsing, multimedia communications and audio and video streaming, plus the ability to play graphics-intensive games and tap into corporate servers to expand the presence and capabilities of enterprise applications. By December 2005, more than 35 devices based on the Series 60 Platform had been launched.