Polar Mobile Brings TheStreet.com to Android

street_polar_mobilePolar Mobile has announced the release of an Android-based version of TheStreet.com Mobile. This iteration of the application features customized stock portfolios, news articles, commentary from Mad Money’s Jim Cramer, and push-delivered market data.  This marks the 3rd platform after BlackBerry and iPhone to get TheStreet.com and an obvious choice.

The buzz around Android is undeniable.  With Motorola, Verizon, Samsung, LG and other major players taking a significant bet, it is essential for Polar to extend our SMART Platform to support Android devices for our customers. The application market is heating up and we get that media brands need help getting their content out across multiple platforms. – Kunal Gupta, CEO of Polar Mobile.

After being nominated for a Webby Award on BlackBerry, Polar Mobile promises many more Android applications.  If you want to grab TheStreet.com, you can get it for free in the Android Market or at m.thestreet.com today!

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Source: IntoMobile

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