As the online service ramps up its campaign to woo neophyte Net users, Juno Online Services Inc. Monday released version 3.0 of its Internet software with simplified
sign-on and additional multimedia options.
New multimedia features enable users to send and receive graphic-heavy HTML
e-mail, animation and audio by installing the Macromedia Flash player.
Other new features include audio/visual cues for e-mail delivery, a new
interface for using file attachments and the option to use graphics and
Web-style forms in e-mail.
“Millions of new users are coming onto the Internet, and in order to
provide them with a satisfying experience, it’s important that we
continually improve our service,” said Charles Ardai, Juno’s president.
Juno Online Services, Inc. offers different levels of Internet service,
including free e-mail as well as conventional ISP offerings.