This page provides an overview of the i-concier service, technical data, information about the development tool, and other related content.
What is i-concier?
The i-concier service allows handsets to support a variety of daily activities. Its various functions support user activities and make it easier for providers to deliver content, by request, according to a schedule, or as automatic updates.
For more information on the i-concier service, see i-concier (in Japanese only).
i-concier Related Functions
This function delivers information that is tailored to user lifestyles, regional preferences, and geographic location (via Auto-GPS).
Users can preset their locations and specify preferences for getting notifications via Auto-GPS-Remind.
For more information about Auto-GPS, see Auto-GPS (in Japanese only).
Automatic update function
The automatic update function keeps user i-schedules and ToruCa (Details) up-to-date.
The Data Security Service allows users to back up Phonebook, SchedulerData, and ToruCa data.
The memo/scheduler function allows users to create and manage their own schedules in addition to downloading shared i-schedules and other schedules from i-mode Browser.
The Machi-Chara function displays character icons on the standby screen and other handset screens.
If the Machi-Chara service is active on the handset, information is displayed by Machi-Chara.
How to Deliver Information and Provide the Automatic Update Function
Provision via i-concier information delivery tool
Visit the following page for information on providing users with low-cost, easy-to-use i-concier content.
(Page will open in a new window.)i-concier information delivery tool (in Japanese only)
Provision via My Box service
This page tells you how to provide easy-to-use, low-cost i-concier content.
Provision via the i-mode menu
Visit this page if you are a developer who wants to provide i-concier content through the iMenu list:
Criteria for listing content in i-mode menu (in Japanese only)
i-concier is compatible with most FOMA handset models released in the second half of 2008 or later.
For a list of compatible models, see "List of Compatible Content & Functions for i-mode Compatible Handset Models" (in Japanese only) in Handset Specifications.