Dell Aero Has Google Apps After All
Here’s some good news for you Android fans with AT&T service. The Dell Aero will have the standard fare of Google applications and services. This includes the Android Market, YouTube, Google Maps, Google Talk, Gmail, and Google Search. It was initially reported that AT&T had taken steps to yank out of some the Google in favor of Yahoo, similar to the Backflip experience.
For those unfamiliar with the handset, the touch-only Aero features a 5 megapixel camera and a 3.5″ nHD display. No official launch date is known as of yet. Here’s to hoping AT&T lets users add apps from outside of the Android Market.
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