Regus launches Android app
London, February 26, 2012
Regus, leading provider of serviced office accommodation, has launched an android app which allows users to search and map Regus locations globally.
The new app brings flexible work to the fingertips of over 250 million Android device users worldwide, said a statement.
It can also be used to book or inquire about Regus’ many flexible workspace options such as meeting rooms, day offices or video-communications suites in their local area.
The company previously launched an iPhone app in 2010 and a Blackberry app in 2011, the statement said.
“Our iPhone and Blackberry apps already enable over 30,000 daily users to plug into the Regus network while working on-the-move, and now our Android app ensures that users of Android devices have the same ability to connect to and access the Regus information, whenever and wherever they need it," said Mark Dixon, CEO of Regus.
"The Regus Android app completes the full suite for our mobile applications portfolio, and with 700,000 new devices being activated every week, we are delighted to be accessible on the Android platform," he said.
Designed and built by Wavana Interactive, the application enables professionals to search Regus’ global network to locate centers to suit their business needs.
Users can easily locate their nearest Regus location on-the-go using GPS (including filtering by facilities), find it on a map and get turn by turn directions, the statement said.
A full description of each Regus location, its facilities, photos and directions by road, public transport and air are provided and a range of enquiry options including tap calling, requesting call back or scheduling a visit to view a Regus location are available, it said.
Users can book a meeting room or day office, and share details of Regus locations with meeting attendees and colleagues.
Users can also watch YouTube videos that provide information about the company and its products, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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