Zoho preps mobile suite

It had offered some basic iPhone and Windows Mobile support previously, but now is unifying applications like Mail, Calendar, and Writer into one interface.

Zoho mobile apps
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This was originally published at ZDNet's Between the Lines.

Zoho on Tuesday rolled out a unified mobile front for its suite of Web applications.

Zoho had offered some basic iPhone and Windows Mobile support previously, but now is unifying applications like Mail, Calendar, Writer, Sheet, Show, and Creator into one interface.

The mobile applications will run on iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and Symbian operating systems.

The company also added that some of its business applications will also be supported in the future. Zoho added in a blog post that it plans on supporting Palm in the future.

As noted before, it's a bit surprising that Google hasn't acquired Zoho, which honestly is much better than Google Docs. Meanwhile, Google could use Zoho's business apps to be more of an enterprise player.

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