Paytunia - Greek Translation
The hosted (shared) mobile eWallet, Paytunia for Android, now has a translation for those in Greece.
Paytunia’s mobile app uses an account hosted on Paymium and the bitcoin balance can be accessed either with the Android app available from Google Play as well as through the web interface. The site’s iOS app (for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch) once released (when depends on Apple) can share the same hosted wallet as well. The wallet uses a username and password for security.
Paymium also operates Instawallet. That service also is a hosted (shared) eWallet, however its security model is based on the Instawallet web address being kept secret. There is no username and password security method. Simply accessing the URL gives the ability to spend the bitcoins in the wallet. For that reason Instawallet is considered a low security wallet, however it is very convenient. There is a mobile app Instawallet for Android on Google Play and FriendlyPay for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) on Apple’s App Store — both of which use Instawallet as the hosted (shared) wallet.
Paymium’s website is available in either English or in French, as the company is based out of Boulogne, France. This Greek translation is the first language in addition to English supported by the mobile app.