Yahoo has just released a trio of official apps for the Android OS. If you use Yahoo a lot and have an Android powered phone you can now look forward to using the official Yahoo Mail, Yahoo Messenger and Yahoo Search Widget apps on your device. Though the search widget is only available for download in the US.
Yahoo says that its Android app have been optimized for Motorola Droid/Milestone, HTC Incredible and the Google Nexus One. You’ll have to be running Android 2.0 to be able to use the app. So if you’re the dude with the G1, sorry man.
Both the Yahoo Mail and Messenger apps support almost all the features that you’re familiar with including rich text formatting, emoticons, and access to your Address Book.
In addition, Yahoo has also updated its Yahoo app for the iPhone, now with HTML5 support.
If reading is not for you, head on over to after the jump for the video news report. Also, a full list of features supported by the Android Yahoo apps plus the QR codes for you to download the app on your Android phone.
Its only a matter of time before this happened top an iPhone 4.
We wonder what will these pople think of next, seriously getting bored of all this been-there-done-that destruction videos.
Video after the jump.
Actually, all this obsession over what is essentially just a mishmash of silicon chips and liquid crystals is not good for anyone.
We know it but we don’t care, still willing to camp for days, waiting in line to get the gadget.
Like it or not. we’re all sad, sad people and Futurama tells it as it is.
Oh, when will it ever end.
(Update 04092010) The full review is up. Click here to view.
We’ll be reviewing the Samsung Wave over the weekend, do let us know if you have any questions about the phone.
Just as important as the hardware, we’ll be looking into the bada OS and with it, Samsung’s promise to make smartphone affordable for all.
Keep it locked on to SoyaCincau.com to find out.
Watch the video after the jump.