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Monday, March 23, 2009

Android gets Push Email Support

One of the points that stop business users from buying the T-Mobile G1 phone was the lack of Exchange support. No anymore. 

NitroDesk Inc., today announced the availability of the push-enabled version of TouchDown as a priced application on the Android Market. TouchDown is a leading commercially available Exchange synchronization solution for Android powered handsets and devices. In the new version, TouchDown will provide users with the ability to receive emails in real-time from exchange servers that have ActiveSync enabled on them. This include Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP2 and Microsoft Exchange server 2007 installations. In addition to the possibility of receiving real-time email notifications, the new version also enables PIN based security and Remote-Wipe of Exchange data to provide administrators and users with new ways to secure the information downloaded to the device from the exchange server. For the adoption of Android powered handsets in the enterprise space, such features are normally considered critical.

The application can be downloaded in the Android Market Place for a trial of 5 days and the Pro price is $29.99

Via: AndroidGuys