Google Mobile App now available for BlackBerry Storm
26 March 2010 — 11:51 AM
Consumers looking to upgrade their mobile phone and currently considering their options could be interested to hear that the Google Mobile App is now available on the BlackBerry Storm and Storm 2.
The application includes features such as search by voice and is specifically tailored for the BlackBerry touchscreen handsets, the Google Mobile Blog has announced.
Users will not need to type in their request and can find their query by speaking into their phone in English, Mandarin Chinese or Japanese.
BlackBerry users may wish to visit m.google.com in their browser and download the app.
Those looking to get their hands on a new phone may wish to opt for mobile recycling with Envirofone, which will allow their old device to be re-used and provide them with money towards an upgrade.
Nokia has recently reported a successful of uptake of one of its apps, with more than a million downloads of Shazam from its Ovi Store.
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