MyAssist Puts a Personal Concierge in your Android Powered Pocket

According to a press release at, My Assist is releasing an Android app to interface with the personal concierge services offered at their site.  If you have ever wanted a personal consultant before, this is the app for you!

My Assist offers users a myriad of different services and information.  Travel, dining, emergency services, roadside assistance, show tickets, hotel accomodations and even translation services are available from a live person when you contact My Assist. The app reportedly ties into these services, allowing you to access the information My Assist provides with “one touch simplicity.”  Admittedly, this is an interesting concept for a service for people on the go.

The app itself is free, and the service is pretty competitively priced at $9.99 a month for unlimited use.  If you are a person who travels a lot, this app could be pretty helpful.  It is available now for download in the Market. It seems all that is missing from this app is a guy named Jeeves!

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