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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Putting Google On Your Phone

A fantastic post from Google Blogoscoped:
Reto Meier of the Radioactive Yak blog recently turned his cell phone into a “Google Phone,” and he’ll explain how you can do the same through the different mobile-optimized sites and Java clients Google offers.

Google Mobile Homepage
Mobile Blogger
Google Maps (and local search) Java client
Google Calendar mobile
Picasa Web Albums mobile
Gmail mobile
Google Reader mobile (RSS Feed Reader)
Google News mobile
Google mobile Search
Virtually all of this stuff works great on my Q. A few of them work well on the iPhone too, and of course the iPhone has a slick Google Maps application built-in. I certainly have spent a lot of time ensuring that most of these are in my phones. BTW: Google Reader on the iPhone may be the Safari killer app. RSS just looks great on the iPhone.

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