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Exchange for Android 2.0 / 2.1: Much better than the competitors

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  1. thumbreports

    thumbreports Guest This Topic's Starter

    I've tried a number of email clients that claim Exchange support. This application actually provides what I need in an Exchange client. The "Quick Configure" option made setup quick and painless, the "Advanced" settings let me fine tune so that my phone works exactly the way I want it to. If you're a Blackberry user, you're probably using it because of the Exchange support - dump the Blackberry, pick up an Android, buy this app. The combination Android/TouchDown provides a much better experience than anything RIM has to offer.

    Pros: Easy setup, UI easy to navigate, Support for all of the Exchange features I use in Outlook - very nice. Supports ActiveSync.

    Cons: Cost - but only because we're all used to $0.99 apps. It really is worth what they're asking for it. If I were the developer I'd pop up an information screen after the "Quick Configure" to let the user know about the "Advanced" settings.

    Recommend: Without question.


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