Yahoo has released a couple of native Android applications tied to its services and sprinkled some HTML 5 dust over its iOS offerings. Those who want Google's platform, but also access to Yahoo's servers, can now have both with a dedicated application thanks to Yahoo! Mail and Yahoo! Messenger going native on Android. Meanwhile …
The mail app ins't bad. A bit of a departure from the 'standard' mail apps, especially when batch deleting.
Just a shame my ancient, 13 year old Yahoo account gets nothing but spam due to my ingnorance of signing up for stuff back then. Handy to keep around as a dump box for sites that insist on registration though.
While on the marketplace I noticed that there do seem to be a few independant Y! apps that have now had the rug pulled from beneath them by the official app.
Who cares when we have Pidgin?
With Pidgin, I can have one of those any time I like.
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