Squace — just my stuff!
Squace is all about your stuff in your phone - services, messages, links, or information that you need and want, regardless of device or provider. Send a message or share your stuff whenever you feel like it - for free.
Is a new mobile Internet browser that drastically reduces loading time and clicking.
Has a unique user interface that divides the phone’s screen into many squares; each square represents a link to a site or service.
Enables surfing, searching, and sharing on ordinary phones, without typing.
Allows you to personalize landline Internet and bring it into the mobile world.
Uses common, open Internet standards; you can create sites in minutes, an Internet service in a few hours, and an intranet in a few days.
Drastically lowers barriers for content providers to go mobile—no new investments.
Is freeware for everyone.
Is completely network independent; it runs on any wireless network.
Make cheap international calls from your mobile phone*
Now you can access your Rebtel account from your mobile phone. The uniquely phone-friendly, intuitive Squace interface lets you manage your account information, view your contacts, set up new local numbers on the fly, or just make calls. With Squace, even your Rebtel address book of contacts is superior!
My stuff is your Squace start page; here, links to all your favorite sites, services, RSS feeds, and such are collected and accessible with one click. Each square represents a link. As you move the cursor over grids, pop-ups display content behind each square. Click on a heading to display a site. You can share a square with a friend, add a square to temporary storage called the Garage or remove a square from the grid.
Squace sites (various content sites) are organized in a grid. Each square is a link to an object, e.g. a news article, weather information, or phone number. A specific site might be organized in one or several tabs with varying content. The active square or tab is always orange.