September 14, 2009 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - If you have been using a 3G modem to access the mobile Internet, you might have run into some problems with 10.6 as many 3G modem drivers were not compatible with Snow Leopard. For users of launch2net, a mobile Internet connection manager from Berlin based nova media, the disconnected times are finally over.
The new version 188.8.131.52 supports hundreds of mobile devices to work with Leopard and its successor Snow Leopard. launch2net already includes connection settings for most mobile network providers around the world, which is a boon when travelling and using pre-paid SIM cards to avoid these high roaming costs which can leave you bankrupt when returning from your two-days overseas trip.
In addition, launch2net offers advanced statistical information of the online time and data throughput as well as convenient connection features like auto-connect and disconnect. A convenient way to connect or disconnect is the menu bar icon, which can even be used if the program is not running at all.
launch2net is available online for Euro 49.90 ($ 49.90 USD for residents in the US and Canada). System requirement is Mac OS X 10.5.8 or higher. The update to version 184.108.40.206 is free for current users of launch2net Pro Edition.
The founders of "nova media Mobile Data Solutions GmbH" started their business in 1996 in Berlin. The company specializes on mobile data solutions for Mac OS X. More information at their website or phone 49 30 3909040.