PhoneFusion to Bring Visual VoiceMail to G1, Android
At some point in the 4th quarter of 2008, G1 and other Android users will be able to see their voicemail as opposed to only hearing it.Â One of the coolest features to come packaged with the iPhone is the ability to pick the order in which you listen to your messages.Â Like many other users, I’d love to be able to do this with my G1.Â Thanks to PhoneFusion, that will be happening in the next few weeks!
Our Fusion Voicemail Plus application is tremendously popular with our existing customers who wanted iPhone-type functionality on their favorite devices.Â 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
Hitting the marking this year means that the feature will be free.Â Hopefully it’s not some stripped down, trial version, expiring after 30 days or so.Â I’m also hoping that it does not end up looking too much like the image below.Â The color scheme and design hearken back to the days of Treo 600’s if you ask me.Â Either way, I’m excited to get this feature added to my handset.
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