The Brew™ platform enables feature phone apps much like those of a smartphone (gaming, messaging, web browsing, social networking, GPS… you get the idea). It provides a smartphone-like experience on a more affordable phone.
There are over 125 million Brew devices in the market, including more than 40 million U.S. subscribers (that’s over 40% of the feature phone market).
The Sims™. Rock Band™ Mobile. Madden NFL Football. When Electronic Arts wanted to make a mobile version of one of their video game juggernauts, they worked with the Brew operating system.
The Brew mobile platform comes with Opera Mini™, offering a low memory footprint, efficient battery use, and exceptional data compression for hassle-free web browsing.
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The Brew mobile platform uses native C/C++ programming language at its core. Plus there’s pre-integrated support for Java and other mobile and Internet technologies.
Brew Simulator, a device emulator, lets developers test in-progress applications to help reduce any unfortunate surprises come launch time.
Brew enables a range of pricing strategies, from advertising to subscriptions to in-app purchases. So many options.
On-chip firmware/OS allows for development without coding for system interface. Apps can be ported among all Brew MP devices with a provided set of standard interfaces.
The Brew mobile platform is used by Verizon Wireless, China Telecom, and KDDI on many mobile phones produced especially for their network.