iPhone Users Beg For Universal Mobile Torrent Innovation
By Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.com
Despite the risky potential that Universal Mobile Torrents (UMTs) represent the lack of UMTs in the wireless industry is but a gaping hole in mobile content delivery. Torrent technologies ripped through the computer industry via peer-to-peer file sharing, yet the starved for content iPhone users are becoming equally as hungry throughout the mobile industry.
Today buzz sites (pun intended) like MobiShaker.com have come online for iPhone users that are seeking new content. MobiShaker is a new site that places your favorite drink recipes in the palm of your hand so you can better enjoy your role as a bartender, be it for fun or by profession. The thing is that with all of the advances that the iPhone represents, the content that users are begging for is stifled by the lack of UMT delivery.
As handsets advance, the thirst for quality mobile content continues to rise. We all love the added functionality of handsets, but what good is it without loads of content? The UMT represents the next generation of torrent technology. As developers are beginning to work together the reality of early UMTs will certainly be forthcoming. Today there are mobile torrents designed at the OS level for every major mobile Operating System, but the UMT is still the Eleanor (yes that’s a Gone In 60 Seconds reference) of the industry.
By design a UMT can cross all OS barriers to pass content between all handsets. While mobile torrents have already arrived, a true UMT is yet to emerge. For the average handset user, the opportunity that a UMT offers is essentially the key to Pandora’s Box of mobile content goodies. So while you can now get all of your favorite drink recipes via your internet ready phone, that’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.
Your friend and mobile guru,
Eric Everson, Founder