A new Facebook application has been released for Android. But unlike what most people would expect, it was not developed by Facebook itself. Towards the end of October, there were many reports that Facebook would not be dedicating any resources into creating an Android Facebook application based upon the rough relationship between Facebook and Google. Tech-Crunch has the complete story here.
In order to create working alternative for the Android OS, a group of self proclaimed geeks calling themselves Next Mobile Web, who have brought us Dial Zero, Phoneflix, and Quikpedia to the iPhone and Blackberry devices, have now brought us fBook, exclusively for Android. [...]
PhoneFusion, a communications solutions provider, which has also brought visual voicemail to the Blackberry, Palm, and Symbian operating systems, has now brought it’s Visual Voicemail application to the T-Mobile G1, and ultimately, the Android OS. The application will be available through the Android Market by the end of this year, indicating that the application itself will be free. Hopefully the application will remain free, even through the release of the paid Android Market.
Our Fusion Voicemail Plus application is tremendously popular with our existing customers who wanted iPhone-type functionality on their favorite devices. With the launch of [...]