22Miles Launches Carry2Mobile – Moving Digital Signage Content to Mobile Screens

22Miles, Inc. has unveiled an interesting new product called Carry2Mobile. Carry2Mobile uses HTML5 technology to seamlessly transition the user experience from a digital sign to a mobile device’s web browser. 22Miles is one of the first DS companies to move content from a digital sign to a mobile phone without requiring the user to download an app.

To implement, 22MILES can work with any media player and the platform can be accessed from QR Codes, custom text, and other read to write technologies. Carry2Mobile brings to market a variety of key differentiators including serving multiple users at once, the ability to integrate advanced analytics, and the capability to customize based on persona.

Here’s how it works: Through an HTML5 wrap, 22 Miles can work with any media players, SOC, BrightSign and Chrome solution. The platform can be accessed from QR Codes, custom text and other read-to-write technologies. With Carry2Mobile you can use Google Analytics to allow digital screen owners to unlock the ability to see the demographics of their users. Carry2Mobile can also use beacon or Wi-Fi technology to track geo-location.

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