by Michelle Ruhfass, 4 years ago
T-Mobile leaked some important details this morning for its G1 Android phone. We are learning that the new device has no Microsoft Exchange support but does claim to have 3G connectivity, a 3 megapixel shooter,…
NitroDesk, a company that specializes in web-services, has just released TouchDown – the first Microsoft Exchange client for the Android OS. TouchDown, unlike other released exchange services for Android, will allow users to access their email, contacts, and calendar information on their Exchange servers. NitroDesk assures users that TouchDown is secure, and that the TouchDown will be the only application necessary to ensure the process on both the mobile and server-side.
In addition to allowing users to fetch data from the server, TouchDown also allows users to set their devices to periodically check for updates. TouchDown is currently available direct from NitroDesk for the price of $29.99. A free trial is also available.
You’ll find a gallery of screen shots after the jump.