Customers of T-Mobile’s G1 and Research In Motion’s BlackBerry series can make their smartphones a bit more like the Apple iPhone today.
For users of the G1 phone, currently the only U.S. handset running Google’s Android mobile operating system, the popular Opera Mini browser and PhoneFusion visual voicemail applications are now both available and free in the Android Market, PC World magazine reported.
Both applications are already available for BlackBerry devices. PhoneFusion is available for Windows Mobile devices too.
BlackBerry users also can now get RoadComm’s LifeInPocket software, which includes GPS linked to address books, e-mail accounts and social networks. It also includes 15 million points of interest, RoadComm said.
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