The world’s leading desktop notifications software has given itself an on-the-go edge with a mobile apps update that allows users to receive messages anywhere, at any time. The improvement comes in the wake of the newly released iOS 9.0.2.

(PRWEB) October 20, 2015

The world’s leading desktop notifications software has given itself an on-the-go edge with a mobile apps update that allows users to receive messages anywhere, at any time. The improvement comes in the wake of the newly released iOS 9.0.2.

The application will provide extended functionality for the users of the new operating system. This includes advanced support of custom skins, improved in-app message search and more stable messages retrieval mechanism. All work in unison with iOS devices which means both employers and employees can enjoy round the clock communication, at their fingertips.

“At DeskAlerts we’re all about offering our customers an optimized experience designed to make internal communications streamlined, efficient and easy to use. The new mobile apps update ensures that the vast majority of our iPhone wielding customers enjoy a flawless experience that works in perfect unison with their iOS devices. Whether the users want to view the incoming notifications during their daily commute or search for previously received content while attending a business meeting, the new mobile app updates exist to make internal communications markedly easier,” says Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Director.

Across the globe Fortune 500 companies are reimagining their employee communication strategies to cater for mobile workforces. From healthcare and retail to law and economics, an increasing number of professionals are finding themselves with dynamic roles that take them outside physical ‘office’ boundaries on a daily basis. When not materially present managers face the question of how to communicate with employees when they’re not on-site. The new DeskAlerts mobile apps update is a savvy solution, allowing employees to stay in-the-loop, whatever their location.

The upgrade features a myriad of improvements designed to offer mobile users the same benefits as the desktop version. While in the past complex customized message designs were only compatible with the desktop alerts interface, the software now supports mobile notifications. This means administrators can now reuse customized messages in both desktop and mobile form. For administrators, this means they can no longer bother that the resulting message look and feel will differ for employees receiving messages on their mobile devices.

In the US alone 25% of all smartphone users rely on iOS operating systems. A large chunk of these are business devices that allow employees to stay in touch with colleagues on the go. As a company committed to excellence, DeskAlerts was determined to ensure that its iOS user demographic could take advantage of all the benefits of the globally used software.

Vdovin says, “iOS users make up a large portion of our customer base which made engineering the mobile apps update a no brainer. Thanks to our team of in-house engineers our iPhone aficionados can now enjoy all the benefits of the desktop version.”

The mobile app update has been designed exclusively for iOS devices which means navigating the interface is inherently intuitive.

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To sign up for a free cloud trial of DeskAlerts software, go to: http://www.alert-software.com/demo/

To find out more about DeskAlerts and how the new mobile apps update enhances the iOS mobile user experience, visit the website at: http://www.alert-software.com

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DeskAlerts is the alert software that works in technologically and geographically diverse networks. It is a completely web-based solution that can be used to send desktop alerts and news updates to any employee within your organization, improving communications and productivity with a more efficient communication strategy than traditional email alone. View the DeskAlerts video to find out more.

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