DataViz Bringing ‘Documents to Go’ and “RoadSync’ to Android in ’09

After having already tackled the Palm, Windows Mobile, Symbian, and BlackBerry operating systems, DataViz has their sites set on Android as the next platform to see their award winning Documents to Go application.

Even with only one screenshot to show, the excitement is starting to build.  It won’t be long before we’re able to pull up spreadsheets and word documents as well as PDF and Powerpoint files.

According to their blog, they have a team of developers hard at work on the Android version and expect to see it soon.  For now, you can sign up for the obligatory “keep me posted” email.

Also due out soon from DataViz will be their RoadSync app which offers secure, wireless and direct push synchronization of corporate e-mail, calendar, contacts, tasks & attachment.  There are already a handful of Exchange apps out there, but DataViz is one of the OG’s in the game and their stuff is definitely worth a look.

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