iSkoot’s Notifier product takes some of the most popular social services on the web, and puts in a format that’s easy to read on average phones. By “average” I don’t mean smartphones, because remember, most of the world still does not have those. Today, iSkoot is taking the Notifier product international thanks to a deal with German carrier E-Plus.
While it’s certainly no App Store (or even App World, App Catalog, Market or Windows Marketplace for Mobile), if you visit E-Plus’ beta2go site, you’ll be able to find and download iSkoot’s Notifier application. And iSkoot is offering the product for free to the first 500 TechCrunch readers that visit the site and get the app.
Back in Feburary, iSkoot launched its Kalaida Platform, which extended the service’s reach to places like Facebook and Twitter. In March, the company opened the platform to OEMs allowing manufacturer’s to offer the service on handsets right out of the box. This is potentially very useful to the million of cellphone users out there who want to use their phones to access services like Facebook, but don’t have a phone necessarily tailored to do so.
See the product in action in the video below: