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Seven Introduces Android Version of Its Ping Service

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May 11, 2011, 10:56 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Seven Networks today announced a new version of its Ping application/service for smartphones running Google's Android platform. Ping is a product for mobile carriers that allows them to offer consolidated push email, IM, SMS/MMS, and other messaging tools on handsets. This new version for Android includes support for Facebook, GTalk, SMS/MMS, voicemail, and push email in one application that organizes messages based on the contact and not the application. For example, it bundles the Facebook, SMS, and email messages from a single contact in one place, which Seven says allows people to interact with their friends and family in a more natural way rather than interacting with separate applications for various each communication service. Seven is making Ping available to wireless network operators starting today, but is also planning a more limited version that can be downloaded from the Android Market directly by consumers.




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