By Nicholas Ahn November 15, 2008 0 0 0 170 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 T-Mobile’s G1, the first Android-powered smartphone, people have been looking for an innovative visual voicemail app that runs on this breakthrough device. We believe Fusion Voicemail Plus fills this gap, giving the Android community a better way to stay connected when it matters most. We expect this application will quickly become one of the favorites on Android Market.” – Louis Libin, CEO, PhoneFusion.Advertisement Visual Voicemail is a wonderful tool that many smartphone users have been enjoying. The beauty of the Android OS, is that not only the T-Mobile G1, but all forthcoming Android phones, of all shapes, sizes, and price ranges, will now have the ability to gain Visual Voicemail from Phonefusion. [via AndroidGuys] 0 0 0 previous postAardvark releases screen shots of its Exchange for Android clientnext postFacebook application for Android phones!